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Aimed at photographers with moderate experience, this full-day workshop provides guidance on what makes a great railway photograph, includes two practical sessions to apply the techniques, with the opportunity to review and critique your photos. The workshop will involve some travel to other locations along the line. Make sure you read the joining instructions (click here or visit the Winchcombe Tourist Information Centre) before booking. Tickets: £25 (excluding train tickets and refreshments)MORE INFO & BOOK TICKETS »
Come and learn a range of easy techniques for producing a variety of miniatures from air-drying clay. Make your own to take away and dry at home. Ready-to-paint miniatures will be available for you to finish using materials such as acrylic paint and varnish. All materials and equipment provided. Tickets: £8MORE INFO & BOOK TICKETS »
Ever wanted to try your hand at the ukulele? This workshop will have you playing Rock’n’Roll and Pop songs in minutes. Led by Sarah Kelly, singer/songwriter, teacher and member of The Jigantics, she’s famous for her passion for fostering ‘ukulele’ at grass-roots level. Ukuleles will be provided, or bring your own. All abilities and absolute beginners welcome. Tickets: £3 for adults. Free for accompanied children.MORE INFO & BOOK TICKETS »
Stephen Belinfante taught art and music at Cleeve School until 1998, when he was appointed School Arts Inspector for Worcestershire Children’s Services. Stephen’s workshop will encourage people of all ages to experiment with paint and collage in producing some exciting and colourful art works. Tickets £3 for adults. Free for accompanied children.MORE INFO & BOOK TICKETS »
* Free Event – but advance booking is required * Join Katie Morgan for a walk around the old workshops, millpond and cottages in Stanway. Bring pens, pencils, a hard-backed sketchbook or small drawing board, paper and picnic chair, and wear good walking boots or shoes.MORE INFO & BOOK TICKETS »
Fancy having a go at a broom dance? It’s an old English folk dance related to the Scottish sword dance but instead danced over a broom. It’s fun and relatively easy but some agility is required. Happenstance Border Morris will put you through your paces. All ages welcome. Some brooms available but bring your own if possible. Tickets: £3 (accompanied children free)MORE INFO & BOOK TICKETS »
Ben, an internationally acclaimed harmonica instructor, will teach you how to hold the instrument, breathe, play a blues shuffle, the 12-bar blues – even try an improvisation. Suitable for beginners and improvers. Bring your own harmonica (diatonic, 10- hole, in C) or buy on the day from £8.99.MORE INFO & BOOK TICKETS »
Helen Plumb of ‘Just Gems’ will show her beautiful pearl collection, talk about pearl gathering and help you select a strand of colourful real cultured pearls, grown in freshwater bivalves. She will guide you through the process to create your very own necklace to take home. For more information about Just Gems, go to www.just-gems.co.uk/. Tickets £35 to include materialsMORE INFO & BOOK TICKETS »