Christmas Courses

  • Traditional rural trades and crafts brochure cover
    All our 2017 courses are now on sale. Download our Traditional rural trades and crafts brochure here, you can then book online or give us a call on 01243 811021. If you would like to receive a brochure through the post, or receive our courses e-newsletter, email [email protected]k or call 01243 811021. Booking Navigate through... (more info)
  • Tudor Christmas foodSaturday 9 December 2017
    FULL
    10am-4pm The course Ditch the turkey, and have a go with something really traditional! A Tudor Christmas was a time of food, food and more food, when all the best things came out of the store cupboard to fuel twelve days of eating, drinking and making merry. We shall be cooking up a storm with... (more info)
  • Print your own woodcut Christmas cardsSaturday 11 November 2017
    woodcut Christmas cards
    9.30am to 4.30pm The course Using the Museum as inspiration, learn to design an image and transfer it onto a woodblock, using wood cutting tools to carve the image, and practice mark making techniques. You will then print your own woodblock to produce ten Christmas cards. Afterwards you can take your woodblock away with you... (more info)
  • woodcut Christmas cards
    9.30am to 4.30pm The course Using the Museum as inspiration, learn to design an image and transfer it onto a woodblock, using wood cutting tools to carve the image, and practice mark making techniques. You will then print your own woodblock to produce ten Christmas cards. Afterwards you can take your woodblock away with you... (more info)
  • 10am to 4pm The course Make small copper foiled stained glass light catchers, and learn many skills including how to cut glass to a precise pattern, grind glass edges and join pieces using copper foil. Suitable for beginners or those with some experience. The tutor David Lilly trained in the art of stained glass in... (more info)
  • 10am-12noon The course In the Edwardian and Victorian periods family groups assembled around the piano and organ or played instruments, to make their entertainment over the Christmas period. Join us in our beautiful tin church from South Wonston, where we shall sing some favourite Victorian and Edwardian carols, and learn some lesser-known ones. All music... (more info)