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Our idyllic setting is in a 300-year-old repurposed mill that sits alongside the river Aled and backs onto the woodland, and it is a truly magical and peaceful place. Here, it's not just about learning a new skill but also about having a memorable time.
We put all our efforts into ensuring you have a relaxing and inspiring day, and that you take away not just your own unique handmade work, but a sense of contentment and pride, and be full of delicious food. Come and learn, be creative, take in the beautiful, historic surroundings and nature, and enjoy delicious food and refreshments. Our tutors are expert facilitators.
These workshops are a fantastic opportunity for beginners or intermediate levels. See here for more detailed information.
Interested but can’t see a date that works for you?
Are you an Artist or Craftsperson thinking of facilitating with us?
We’d love to hear from you. Please get in touch via our contact page.
Course suitability and accessibility
All our courses are aimed at adults, aged 16 +.
You do not need any prior experience. Courses which require previous experience will be clearly stated on the events page.
Please contact us if you have any concerns regarding your mobility or physical needs prior to your booking. Most of our courses involve some physical dexterity or activity requiring some level of strength and fitness.
Whilst we aim to make courses accessible, we live in a rural area and the mill is accessed via a steep driveway, and a short walk through the garden, which has steps and sloping ground. The toilet facilities are also in the main house and you will be required to be able to negotiate steps to reach them.
Booking a course
To book a space, please complete our online booking form. You will receive confirmation via email of your booking.
Payments in full are required at time of booking.
Any additional material costs will be identified on the event booking page.
You may pay in part or for the whole of your course using gift vouchers or a discount code.
What to wear
Within your follow up email there will be suggestions of what would be considered appropriate clothing. Any specialist safety wear such as goggles, ear defenders, dust masks, aprons or gloves will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own.