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Feel Good Making Jewellery at Tesco’s Community Room, St Neots
July 22, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm£15.00
Creative Workshops for Adults
“Give yourself time to make, find meaning and be mindful”
With expert advice from our tutors, you are sure to take home a beautiful hand-crafted item at one of our amazing Saturday Workshops. We aim to make your experience of community education as fun and as inspiring as we can and our year long Feel Good programme offers something for anyone who has an interest in making and crafting.
Our experienced and talented tutors welcome beginners to those more experienced and facilitate a whole lot of learning. All materials, tools and equipment needed for any session are included – from thousands of beads, reams of papers and glues galore to fabrics and jewellery-making tools.
Why not treat a family member or a friend – buy as a gift voucher, just select gift option and we’ll send a voucher in the post.
Meaningful jewellery with Teresa
Remember the lockets with a photo of a loved one? Well we’ve updated the idea and with Teresa from GAP’s help you can make a more meaningful piece of jewellery. You will design and make either a necklace or keepsake hanging heart decoration embedded with meaningful symbols, motifs and colours. Teresa teaches colour theory and you will look at colour therapy and the meaning of semi-precious stones to use in you piece.
We believe your creative time is precious and we’re here to help you make the most of it!
The Feel Good Making workshops include mindfulness techniques and well-being activities, giving you time to make, find meaning and be mindful. Join us in the lovely Cambridgeshire town of St Neots from 1pm to 4pm at Tesco’s Community Room. Make a day of it – there are many great teashops for a slice of cake in the town afterwards with good shops and places to visit such as the Riverside Park and St Neots Museum.
Group sizes are small and friendly with only 12 learners per workshop. Here’s some things people have said about our workshops –
“Welcoming and peaceful and great for just having space.”
“Great to spend time with like-minded people.”
“I have learnt so much and this has been great for my confidence.”
GAP Learning – designs, creates and educates. Sisters and co-founders Teresa Crickmar and Amanda Page run a programme of creative and practical community learning courses and workshops throughout Cambridgeshire. Our aim is to promote positive change for those living through difficult circumstances. As a social enterprise we sell a range of products from craft & cooking to wedding workshops, Craftworks Rocks fundraising magnets and run community events.
Love’s Farm House aspires to be a place of connection, cohesion and belonging, where neighbours become friends, residents become a community and everyone can be part of the story.
Refreshments and workshop materials are included
This course is funded by: