Summer Stained Glass - Beginners and Improvers
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About the Course
Glass art workshop at Flatford Mill, organised by the Field Studies Council.
On this one-day course you will learn to make hanging copperfoiled glass summer decorations. You will have time to make three: a butterfly, a boat and a kite.
If there is enough time, you can make additional items, although there will be a charge for the extra materials. The course is a practical one and includes glass cutting, copperfoiling and soldering. The day is suitable for any level of experience, including total beginners.
Flatford Mill lies at the heart of the Dedham Vale, on the banks of the River Stour near the Suffolk-Essex border. The Centre buildings, particularly the Mill and Willy Lott’s House, are instantly recognisable since they feature in many paintings by John Constable. The rich mosaic of lowland landscapes, wildlife habitats and places of historic interest are all reflected in our extensive programme of courses.
The Centre is located between Colchester and Ipswich and is about 10 miles from each, approximately 2 miles from the A12.
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If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All the materials and tools required for the course will be supplied. Included in the course fee are enough materials for 3 decorations (please note there will be charge for extra materials, if used).
Refreshments and lunch will be served in the Mill dining room and are included in the fee.
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Course Start DatesSunday 5th August 2018
- Disabled access
- Suitable for beginners
- Suitable for events & groups
- Teen friendly
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