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Short residential courses, educational weekend breaks and quality learning experiences around the UK & in Europe
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New programme of Writing retreats from Arvon 2017 http://www.leisurecourses.net/new-programme-of-creative-writing-retreats/
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A fabulous weekend of gospel singing for people of all faiths and none in the beautiful English Lake District — for anyone who loves to sing, no experience necessary.
http://www.leisurecourses.net/course/all-aboard-the-gospel-train
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A short course on the folk music legacy is out with Arts in Residence.

Tue 6 Jun 2017 @ 17:00 - Thu 8 Jun 2017 @ 15:15

At Highgate House, Northampton

Music of the People
Music of the People
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A new musical short course is available with Arts in Residence.

Fri 30 Jun 2017 @ 17:00 - Sun 2 Jul 2017 @ 15:15

At Sheafhayne Manor, East Devon
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For adults who play orchestral instruments. Grade3-7 (approx.) with orchestras, chamber-music, concerts, workshops, technique classes, discussions on various aspects of musical performance and an opportunity to meet and play with others of similar standard and interest, set in beautiful country-house, with six acres of glorious gardens, heated swimming pool.
Music Makers
Music Makers
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Ever wanted to be able to write your Birthday cards in that nice fancy script writing? Join this course at Knuston Hall with Joy Daniels !
Copperplate Course
Copperplate Course
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Annual Book Day at The Grange 25 June
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Have you admired those brightly coloured, decorative rosettes and ribbons, often incorporating beads, worn in a hat or fascinator, on a brooch or as part of a livery? Know as cockades, these circular pieces are usually pinned to the side of a hat or on a lapel, or even used to adorn shoes. In 18th and 19th century Europe, coloured cockades were used to show the wearer’s allegiance to a political faction, to indicate rank or as part of a servant’s livery. Some military uniforms also incorporated cockades. Today these hand made pieces of textile art are more decorative than functional.
On this weekend course you will create your very own beautiful cockades. Made out of grosgrain or petersham ribbon or other narrow fabric, this nearly forgotten art form is a delightful way to produce distinctive adornments. Your tutor, Kleshna Handel, has developed a range of designs for cockades that you can make with your ribbon. This course is ideal for both beginners and more experienced crafters.
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Whether you are new to patchwork or have many years’ experience, here is an opportunity to expand your sewing skills and discover a wide range of techniques.
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Free platform for artists and creative people, who are serious about their craft, to connect, network and give feedback. Connect with others at all levels.
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