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Reminder: Kiki Jewellery Silversmith 8 July at The Cheshire Art Hub

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We most recently featured everything that is going on at The Cheshire Art Hub at Mickerloo Barn, Harthill Road, Burwardsley.

A series of workshops will be held throughout the summer of 2017. The aim of this new enterprise is to provide professional, friendly, educational but FUN workshops, that will cover a wide variety of creative subjects with no boundaries — whether you are a complete beginner or keen amateur.

On Saturday 8 July from 10.00am-5.00pm, 'Kiki Jewellery' Silversmith Workshop will take place.

Come and join this exciting workshop where Angela will teach you how to cut, shape, form and texture your very own silver ring jewellery. By the end of the class not only will you be leaving with a beautiful possession, but a huge sense of achievement and definitely a hunger to learn more.

Costs are £120 per person to include lunch and all materials, including the silver.

Places are limited and allocated on a first come, first serve basis so to book a space please call 01829 771993.

We also include an image from a Felt Workshop which was held earlier this month, with participants proudly displaying their unique creations (click on image to enlarge).

We look forward to seeing you.

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