Enjoy learning inspiring traditional crafts in a beautiful South Lakeland woodland setting.
11th &12th May 2019
Staveley-in-Cartmel, Newby Bridge, Cumbria
Courtesy of Sir John Fisher Foundation
Cost: CANW Members – £135
Non-CANW members – £145
- Natural Dyeing with Rebecca Oaks. – 1 place
- Kuksas and Bowl carving with Tim Davis – Fully Booked
- Woodland Walking sticks with Duncan Goulder – 6 places
- Willow Basket with Helen Elvin – 2 places
- Hewn Oak Bench with Jack Holden – 3 places
- Split Hazel Basket with Lorna Singleton – 2 places
- Shrink Pots with Jon Scragg – 1 place
- Carved Greenman Faces with Geoff Whitely – 3 places
Detail description of courses here
Chapel House Wood, where the workshops will be held, is owned by the Sir John Fisher Foundation. We have use of the village hall opposite, which has toilets, showers and central heating.
Camping in the woods, limited parking for camper-vans or B+B’s nearby.
Vegetarian lunches on Saturday and Sunday will be provided and a vegetarian evening meal on Saturday. Refreshments will be available in the tea tent.
The cost of lunches, Saturday evening’s meal and refreshments during workshops are included in your fee. Breakfasts are available for a small cost, or you can bring your own.
Tools and equipment will be provided. Wear work clothes and stout footwear for uneven muddy ground and be prepared for a Weekend in the Woods in all weathers. Bring your musical instruments for the campfire on Saturday night.
CANW and your tutors will take every precaution to ensure your safety. General site safety will be outlined on arrival and tutors will provide specific Health+Safety information relevant to their workshop. We need to know of any medical conditions/medication that might compromise your safety or that of others.
We will provide First Aid cover with qualified First Aiders on site.
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