This course is great for beginners to learn some basic silver-working techniques, and you will go away with a copper and two silver stacking rings that you have made! It is run by Fiona Cocks BA(Hons) who is has been teaching at the Plymouth College of Art for many years. The 3 hour session takes place in the workshops of Bigbury Mint, which is in Ermington, near Ivybridge, in the heart of the South Hams area of Devon.
Courses normally run on Thursday evenings. We can take group-bookings ( max of 9 students) at other times as well, and these can be tailored to your needs.
Thursday 20th May 6pm - 9pm
Saturday 19th june 10am - 1pm
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
All tools and materials are provided. Turn up on the evening, with clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty, and enclosed shoes or boots suitable for a workshop (not flip-flops or sandals).
Full payment for the course will be taken at the point of booking confirmation. Please note that full refunds can only be given with a minimum of 30 days notice. If the notice is less than 30 days, you will not receive a refund for this course. We retain the right to refuse entry to anyone who is aggressive or under the influence of drugs, including alcohol.
Covid – 19 Secure Statement
Due to Covid-19 we are currently limiting the courses to 9 people. You will be required to wear a face covering. Our workshops are socially distanced in our working Mint. Tools are sanitised before and after use. There will be a quick informal chat about sanitising on arrival. Unfortunately, we cannot offer tea and biscuits on arrival now, you are advised to bring a flask.
If you have Covid-19 symptoms, please DO NOT attend the workshop. Please phone to let us know and we will offer you a place on the next available course.
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