Sugar Flower Skills               331  Wed    19.00-21.00   starts January 16th 10 weeks

FEE PER TERM: full: £110.00 over 60:  £104.60 benefit: £77.00
    
SUGAR FLOWER SKILLS                                                     Tutor: Claire Webb

Join Claire making beautiful sugar flowers, all abilities welcomed. This term we start with spring flowers, blossom, buds and leaves, You will need your own selection of sugar craft tools and some floristry supplies (requirements list to be advised).
   


Felt Hat Making               332       Wed      19.00-21.00      starts January 16th 4 weeks

FEE for 4 weeks:  £59.00 no concessions
    
FELT HAT MAKING                                                         Tutor: Rachel Glover

Make your own design felt hat from scratch, sculpt it, then embellish and adorn it.  Have fun letting your imagination go, while learning something new.  At the first class you will begin by making the felt base for your hat.  You will then learn how to shape it before decorating it into the design of your choice with guidance from Rachel.  Materials for the hat will be provided.



 Crochet                333                  Wed         19.00-21.00                 6 weeks  starts 13th February

FEE for 6 weeks: full: £66.00 over 60:  £62.76 benefit: £46.20

CROCHET                                        Tutor: Rachel Glover              
This crochet course will take you through the basics and beyond.  Building your confidence and skills in a variety of techniques to help you develop your own designs and projects.  Suitable for complete beginners or those wishing to oil some rusty hooks. Please bring a No. 5 hook.  Some yarn will be available but feel free to bring your own.


CODE 334  Wed    19.00-21.00     10 weeks 3 terms starts January 16th

FRENCH CONVERSATION Tutor: Catherine Godet

Fee per term: Full Fee £110 Over 60 £104.60 Benefit £77

This course, delivered by a native speaker, is aimed at previous learners of French who are looking for opportunities to have fun whilst expanding the depth and breadth of their knowledge. It is expected that the students on this course will have a good level of fluency in the language which will enable them to discuss a range of topics with others. The course will draw on topical issues, literature, history, popular culture as well as learners’ interests and preferences to revise key grammatical structures, expand vocabulary and improve confidence in speaking, reading and writing in the target language.



 Stained Glass                    308    Wed    19.00-21.00     10 weeks 3 terms starts January 16th

FEE PER TERM: full: £110.00 over 60:  £104.60 benefit: £77.00
    
STAINED GLASS                                                              Tutor: Teri Lockton

Students will learn to cut glass to a pattern (or “cartoon”), lead up the glass into a stained glass panel, solder all of the joins and waterproof the panel by using leaded light cement.  We will also learn how to design for stained glass and students can then embark on their own projects.  Those who wish can also learn the copper foil technique, invented by Louis Tiffany and now familiar to us in “Tiffany” lamps and lightcatchers.  There will be many books available to inform and inspire you. Tools will be available for students’ use at the beginning of the class and then, for those of you who wish to carry on the skills learnt, a list of tools to purchase and suggested suppliers will be available.  I look forward to welcoming you to the class!