Unfortunately, for the time being we still aren’t able to run our popular glassblowing sessions.
This is because of the risks associated with Covid19. One of the features of the course is that it is very “hands on”.
In teaching glassblowing, there is some close contact between the tutor (me) and the student (you), because we are standing side by side for some of the time and handling the same glassblowing iron. This means that the risk is too high in the current climate.
At present we don’t know when we will be able to start our courses again as the social distancing issues are still paramount. Realistically, I don’t think it is likely that we will be able to begin teaching until a vaccine, or satisfactory treatment is available or until social distancing is reduced to less than one metre. But the position changes from day to day as I’m sure you can see from the news!
As soon as we can start courses again, dates for booking online will be available on our website.
If you have a voucher or a booking already in the system, we are happy to extend these past the expiry date, so you will still be able to use the voucher when we start courses again.If you would like any further information, please email us here