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Holybrook Community Arts & Crafts Cafe


All welcome. Drop in whenever you like, for a tiny fee of £2.50 per person.

There is no commitment to regular attendance and no membership fee, though many people come every week to join in the relaxed, friendly atmosphere and try out some arty or crafty activities.

We have a number of skilled craft workers who are happy to advise on projects such as card-making and glass painting. We also have a dedicated group of artists, at all levels of experience, including artist and art tutor Lorna Webber, who is usually around to give advice if it's wanted.

We are a not-for-profit group, staffed by volunteers, so we do ask that you clear up after yourselves and respect the equipment.
Tea, coffee, cake or biscuits are available at very reasonable prices, which helps us to cover our costs. Basic materials are provided, though most artists like to bring their own stuff.

We also offer occasional, optional workshops in a variety of arts and crafts. Often, workshops are free.

Every Friday - 14:00 to 16:30
(except for short breaks at Easter and Christmas)

For more information, please see www.holybrookartsandcraftscafe.blogspot.co.uk

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Lorna Webber
E-mail
lorna@lornawebber.com
Website
http://www.holybrookartsandcraftscafe.blogspot.co.uk

Where to go

Name
Holybrook Community Centre
Address
Carter's Rise
Calcot
Reading
Postcode
RG31 7YT

Time / Date Details

When is it on
2pm - 4.30pm
Session Information
Fridays

Other Details

Costs

Details
£2.50

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