ALL aboard! The guys from Frome Men’s shed made an appearance at the Cheese Show earlier this month – showcasing their handmade, oar powered floatation device – the almighty coracle. It was made for a race which took place in July – after the Welsh Men’s Sheds Association threw down the gauntlet late last year.
Coracle making course with Alyth Craft Tourism
Thursday 01 June 2017 (All day) to Monday 05 June 2017 (All day)
This course includes introductory membership of The Coracle Society. For more information, click here
This five day residential course takes place in the small Scottish village of Alyth, near to Blairgowrie the Cairngorms National Park. You will build a coracle with Jane Wilkinson over three days (Fri-Sun), with a welcome supper on the first evening.
- One person building one coracle with single occupancy - £495
- Two people building one coracle with shared occupancy - £690
Course cost includes accommodation, course tuition and materials, welcome supper and catering (mid morning, lunch and tea time) on course days. This course is also available non-residential for £320
This course has a minimum number of places required in order to run. Should this not be met, a non-residential creative basketry course may run instead.
To book your place, please contact Alyth Craft Tourism (see below). You will need to pay a 50% non-refundable deposit - details will be supplied when you book. Refunds will be payable should the organisers cancel the course
Alyth Craft Tourism
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07729 016850
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