Want to be creative with glass while upcycling everyday items, reducing your carbon footprint and saving yourself money ? Then this is the class for you.
Run by our tutor Rachael, you will learn glass painting techniques and can paint free hand or with stencils provided. Some of the great items made by the past class can be seen here.
Book your FREE space on the next two week class running in Bonar Bridge Hall on 16th and 23rd August from 7 – 9 pm
T: 01549402050 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to the Climate Challenge Fund you can come along to this 2 week class free of charge. You will learn how to do “on trend” Raw Edge Patchwork, it’s the latest Patchwork craze that all the Quilters are raving about! Learn how to make a bed or table runner…and then go home and using the same technique you can make a quilt, it’s easy to do and fun! We are encouraging everyone to use Upcycled fabrics…look in the charity shops for old fleece jackets…they are perfect as an inner layer and old, brightly coloured duvet covers, together they will make a fabulous runner.
T – 01549 402050 E- email@example.com to book your space
Jam making, preserving and pickling. Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th July, 10 – 2pm in Lairg Community Centre
Looking for ideas to use your fruit, and garden vegetables for a longer term benefit? or just looking for ways of enhancing your grocery cupboard stocks?
Then come along to the first in a sequence of FREE Climate Challenge Funded classes where our expert cookery tutor Maureen will cover how to select produce, the equipment required and the techniques necessary for success to help you preserve the taste of summer in jams, relish and cordials. Call us on – 01549 402050 or email – firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place!
Congratulations to James McMahon from The Pier Restaurant in winning Ready Steady Cook. It was a fun night and we really enjoyed it. Here’s a couple of photos and if you have any, please share them with us either via this page, messenger or e mail to:email@example.com .
A huge thanks to everyone who came along and helped or supported us. £126 was raised in donations and this is being split between Lairg Learning Centre and Lairg Gala Week. Watch this page for more pics and more details of our FREE upcoming cookery classes.
Our Extending the Harvest workshop was held on Saturday 1st July and led by our expert tutor Sarah. Students, under the watchful eye of Sarah’s cat, learned how careful planting can extend the growing season and give a continuous supply of vegetables. We are running another Sowing for Success gardening workshop on Saturday 8th July from 10 – 12 at Corry Croft Nursery, Rogart.
Please contact us to book on 01549 402050 or e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
A great morning was had at Bradbury Centre this morning with Clare teaching decoupage to the lovely clients. Here are a few pics and watch this space for more to follow. Thanks to The Bradbury Centre for inviting us along.
If you are a community group, we would love to come to you to teach an activity involving upcycling. Some activities we offer are: decoupage, glass painting, cookery, woodwork, sewing, and lots more. Please get in touch if you are interested in having us along to your group on 01549 402050 or e mail email@example.com