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CRAFT ACTIVITIES IN THE HIVE
Crafts & Coffee sessions take place in The Hive at Workaid in Chesham on the first Wednesday of each month 10am – 12noon. Everyone is most welcome to join us for a cuppa and a chat while working on their current projects. Bring a friend too, and share ideas and skills. It’s a great morning of fun and friendship!
Crafts & Coffee demonstrations and workshops take place on the third Wednesday of each month 10am -12noon. These are led by experienced practising artists and crafts people to provide tasters in a wide variety of subjects – from wood sculpture to textiles, teddy bears, knitting, musical instruments, stump work embroidery, lace making, straw platting, crochet, card making, sewing and knitting machines, and many more exciting topics. It’s a chance to work with eminent tutors, many with a national and even international reputation.
Do get in touch with us if you could contribute to this programme of crafts or if you have ideas for new topics.
The Crafts & Coffee programme also offers short courses as follow ups to the tasters, in response to interest in specific subjects. For all enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The HIVE at Workaid is a very good space for arts and crafts and it’s available for small private arts and crafts groups (Max 12). Do get in touch with us for more information.
Time Credits: Workaid has a limited number of places available for most sessions that can be paid for in Time Credits. Please contact email@example.com for further details.
The second Annual Crafts Open Day took place on 2nd December 2017. It was a chance for 14 different tutors and artists to demonstrate their crafts, allow visitors to join in, take a tour, enjoy refreshments, a raffle and sales tables.
Crafts Open Day 1 – The Hive
Crafts Open Day 2 – The Hive
Crafts Open Day 3 – Upstairs/Tea Room
Crafts Open Day 4 – Tea Room
Crafts Open Day 5 – Sewing & Knitting Machine areas
MANY THANKS TO ALL OUR WONDERFUL TUTORS, HELPERS AND VISITORS!
Pictures courtesy of Liz Elliot, Claire Popple and Steve Kitchen