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Greystoke

A vast range of courses led by hand picked tutors, many leading their fields. Crafts of textiles, silver, glass, willow, sculpture, cookery, paint, bush craft such as longbow making, whittling, cob ovens, forging, stone carving & much more

 

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Ulverston

Cumbria Crystal offers a variety of glass-blowing activities every week.

 

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Ulverston

You will be shown how to apply colour and use a variety of traditional glass-makers’ tools in the creation of a beautiful bud vase. You each have the choice of one of four shapes. An unforgettable shared experience.

 

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Ulverston

All of the experiences offered will take place with a highly skilled professional glass maker who will guide you through your chosen experiences step-by-step.

 

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Ulverston

In this unique half-day experience, you will learn to gather molten glass from the furnace and to shape it into a blown glass tumbler.

 

Staveley

Dry stone walling is a traditional farming skill that has been passed down through the generations for 100's of years, and is important for stock control and safety, and have marked the Lake District landscape throughout history.

 

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Kendal

Get hands-on with clay in our pottery studio. Develop dexterity and creativity through this wonderful tactile medium.

 

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Kirkby Stephen

Lydia. Local potter. Creative with clay. Keeper of the village secrets.

 

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Kirkby Stephen

Cutting, sticking, sewing, making…… it’s the simple things in life that always give the most pleasure.

 

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Keswick

View first hand the detail of fine jewellery being created by our master craftsmen at Fultons Lakes Jewellery Works.

 

Staveley

Here you can view how Herdwick wool is prepared for spinning. The fleeces are laid out and sorted, before being carded into ‘rolags’ for spinning. Watch as the fleece is turned into yarn, ready for knitting or weaving into strong fabric.

 

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Ulverston

The company ethos has always been to welcome visitors into the factory to watch glass being blown as there are very few places left that this 2000 year art can still be seen.

 

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Kirkby Stephen

Working with pastels on black sandpaper, and with an optional glass of wine to get the creative juices flowing, Helen will take you step by step through the easy technique to produce a landscape portrait of your own.

 
 

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