My regular, popular classes run in Woodley and Maidenhead
It is important to me that I keep my students as safe as I can. With this in mind I have cancelled all classes at Woodley until after Easter. I will reassess this decision to see if I need to cancel classes beyond this time through to the middle of June or through to Summer, so coming back in September. It is a changing situation and my decisions will be based on people’s safety.
I am still taking priority bookings for courses starting 20 April and 1 June and then filling the places left from my waiting lists. If the classes do not run after Easter this register of students will move forward to the classes that start in September.
Norden Farm have the same policy and have also cancelled all classes until 6 April with immediate effect. They will look again at the best thing to do about classes after this time with guidance from the government. Look at their website for updates.
About the Classes
Be guided through a series of projects progressing to designing and making your own individual silver jewellery. No experience or artistic skills are necessary; these classes are for both beginners and those with some experience. After 5 weeks you will end up with a range of jewellery you will be proud of and if you want to learn further skills you can book more courses to develop your work and your skills. Materials can be purchased from me (approximately £20 for the first 5 weeks for beginners following the projects).
Woodley – Mondays
The Oakwood Centre, Headley Road, RG5 4JZ
10am – 12 Noon
12.30pm – 2.30pm
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Each term consists of two 5-week courses (within school half-terms) and you can book both 5-week courses or just one.
Each 5-week course costs £65 with materials paid for as you use them.
13 January – 10 February 2020 (places available on the afternoon class)
24 February – 23 March 2020 (FULL)
Woodley courses are booked by me and I run a priority booking system so those already on the course can book first. I then fill places left from my waiting list so do contact me to see the availability or to be added to my waiting list.
Parking: either at the pay and display car park across the road from The Oakwood Centre or park for free off Haddon Drive from where The Oakwood Centre is a short walk across the park.
You can purchase tea, coffee and lunch at the Oakwood Centre and Woodley shopping precinct is right next door.
Maidenhead – Fridays
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Altwood Road, Maidenhead, SL6 4PF
10am – 12 Noon
12.15pm – 2.15pm
17 January – 14 February 2020 (FULL)
28 February – 27 March 2020 (FULL)
Maidenhead classes are booked through Norden Farm website. There is no priority booking.
Parking is free at the Centre and you can purchase tea, coffee, snacks and lunch there.
Examples of student work: