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Introduction to Mary Ward Centre

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Friendly, Adult Education Centre in the heart of London. From Yoga to Excel, enjoy a wide range of affordable part-time courses at times to suit you.

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This course is suitable for students of all levels of experience and is perfect for anyone who is interested in learning techniques to decorate glass. You will learn a range of techniques to manipulate...more

Duration: 12 weeks

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Introduction to Aspire Sussex Limited

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There's never been a better time to join one of our exciting Adult Education courses available in a range of locations across West Sussex!

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C09117CF: To provide a practical introduction to the discipline of Stained Glass, through the production of a 10 x 8 inch decorative stained glass panel using the ‘Appliqué’ method. In this method,...more

Duration: 1 Day

Short (less than 7 days)

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Remember those arts and crafts lessons you loved at school? We’ve got news for you – you don’t have to be wearing school uniform to take roll up your sleeves and have some fun. The best part is, you no longer need a responsible...

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When it came to writing our crafts ‘fun stuff’ article, we decided to learn a new skill ourselves and try origami. Half an hour later, the editorial desk was littered with attempts of paper dachshunds until finally, we made it. If this doesn’t...