We are available to hire for customised workshops for organisations and events so please do email Danielle at firstname.lastname@example.org and check out the information and workshop brochure at http://www.rubbishrevamped.org.uk/foryou.html as well as in the Festive Crafts workshops brochure.
There is no individual workshop programme at the moment whilst other plans are being concocted...
Our lovely books are available to help fill gaps http://www.rubbishrevamped.org.uk/books.html
We can also be found at craft fairs and other events with mini workshops on offer at a small charge - some are even free! Here's what's coming up:
Craft Fairs & Workshops
3 November. Victoria Baths open day and craft fair. If you’ve not been before, do take this opportunity to visit this amazing place. Full details and location at http://www.victoriabaths.org.uk/visit/2013/art-and-craft/
9 November. If you are involved with Girl Guiding North West, we’ll be at their special Arts & Media Day at Media City with a stall and mini workshops.
16 November. Chorlton Book Festival at Chorlton Library from 2-4pm. There will be free festive mini workshops and the chance to win a book from QED’s Craft Smart series.
20 November. We have a craft and workshop stall at Recycle for Greater Manchester’s “Fashion or Rubbish” show at the Museum of Science & Industry. Starts 6.30. Check out their Facebook page to find out more.
23 November. Chorlton Arts Festival Christmas Craft Fair at St Clements Church, High Lane, Chorlton from 11-4.30pm
7 December. Chorlton Art Market in Chorlton Precinct, probably from 10-4pm. Check out the Facebook page
8 December: Chorlton Bazaar Festive Extravaganza “a flea market with a difference”. Probably 12-6. At Chorlton Irish Club, 17 High Lane, M21 9DJ. We’ll be running mini festive workshops for all ages (5+) for a small charge.
If you’re involved with the Lesbian & Gay Foundation, we are also running some workshops for them in December.
Join the mailing list to hear news about new workshops and other events. Email Danielle at
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