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1-DAY Stained Glass Workshops - Copper Foil - Lunch Included.
5 star rating
By Lou Robinson
1-DAY Stained Glass Workshops - Copper Foil - Lunch Included.

Really loved this course. Very friendly & relaxed atmosphere. Gigha is an excellent teacher & was on hand all the time to help if needed. I was really happy with what I managed to create on the day & have already booked my next course. Thank you Gigha, can't wait...

Blacksmithing and Metal Craft
5 star rating
By Justin and Ben Maeers
Blacksmithing and Metal Craft

We attended the two day course. It started with a sensible amount of health and safety, and then we were straight into forging! We learnt how to heat metal to an appropriate temperature, and then how to use a hand hammer before moving swiftly on to using the power hammers....

High definition wire sculpture/soldering courses, specializing in insects, fairies and dragons
5 star rating
By Charly Laikin
High definition wire sculpture/soldering courses, specializing in insects, fairies and dragons

Roger is really friendly and accommodating. He is also very patient so it was a pleasure being taught by him all day. I learnt and did more than I expected to, and I even came home with a tiny dragonfly!! I know the basics of micro soldering after just one...

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Shh, the secret is word of mouth!
Shh, the secret is word of mouth!

Word of mouth marketing is probably the best kind there is.As a craft course provider, having your students write you...

Discovering the ancient Japanese art of Gyotaku “fish printing”… in Wales
Discovering the ancient Japanese art of Gyotaku “fish printing”… in Wales

By Kate Dewmartin.   Gyotaku literally means “fish rubbing” and is a Japanese practice from the mid 1800s that enabled fishermen...