by sarahb last modified 13:50 26/03/2018

Learn traditional skills at Trinity

by sarahb last modified 13:50 26/03/2018

Hearth & Soul Workshops

Clay, Stained Glass and Woodcarving workshops

Do you want to learn some of the craft skills that built Trinity? Would you like to have your work permanently displayed in Trinity? Would you like to make new friends from different walks of life? We are offering a new block of free workshops in Clay, Stained Glass and Woodcarving on Tuesdays between 3 Apr to 22 May.

Everyone is welcome to take part but older people, members of Bristol's BME communities and residents of BS5 & BS2 are particularly welcomed.

Please note these are NOT drop-in or taster sessions. You will get the most benefit from your workshop if you are able to complete all the sessions. All the workshops are delivered on the same day and time, so please select and commit to your preference in advance.

To find out more about the second block of workshops and reserve your place, please visit the What's On page of the Hearth & Soul section or click on one of the following links:

Clay with Joanna Espinner - Tuesdays, 11am-1pm from 3 April to 22 May (8 sessions)

Stained Glass with Liz Barton - Tuesdays, 11am-1pm from 10 Apr to 8 May (5 sessions)

Woodcarving with Daniel Bendel - Tuesdays, 11am-1pm from 10 Apr to 1 May (4 sessions)

 

About the project

Heart and Soul: Trinity in the Community is a celebration of big life events at Trinity. Throughout 2018 there will workshops, talks and heritage activities for all ages. The project runs along side our most recent capital works and has been made possible with the help of these funders.

You can find out more about Heart and Soul: Trinity in the Community here, including how to get involved and how to contribute archive material here.

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