Courses and workshops round up – January 2020
Whether you’re looking for a new hobby, to hone existing skills, start a new business or looking to give back to the community, we’ve got a range of ideas.
Come and learn the knot work used to make an intricate macrame plant hanger. Price includes all materials and a glass of fizz upon arrival. Participants will receive full tuition so you don’t need any experience.
Learn to Sew in a small group. Over six weeks you’ll learn how to thread up your machine and start sewing a few seams. Once you get confident we’ll move onto practical techniques with a different project to sew each week.
A five week course designed to give you a taste of the gentle art of watercolour; suitable for absolute beginners and anyone who’s ever dipped their brush in their tea, put streaks in their sky and turned green grass brown.
Use a commercial paper pattern to make an A-line skirt, trousers or simple garment. A next-step 5 week course for those who have some sewing experience, ideally you’ll have completed a Beginner Sewing course already or be able to sew seams.
In this unique two hour workshop held at the The Remakery in the heart of Frome’s Welshmill Studios, you will be taught how to cut, shape & finish your own silver ring. This workshop is a perfect introduction for anyone keen to try jewellery making using traditional silversmithing methods.
Community Connectors are members of the community who signpost and inform, friends, family, colleagues and neighbours about how to access support groups, services and information that might help improve their health and wellbeing.
Being a Community Connector, isn’t about adding another job to your busy day, but about using opportunities to inform people about the support that’s out there.
We’ll explore ‘product/market fit’ – what it is, why it matters so much, how to know if you have it and the fastest way to find it if you don’t.
Not found what you’re looking for?
Frome Community Education website also has lots of courses on offer, starting from 6th January. From local history, Italian and yoga, to pottery, Vedic chanting and interior design.