Start / finish times
We usually start at 10:30 and finish at about 4:30
Content of the day
We usually have one or more demonstrations by volunteers from the group; we try to let you know in advance what these will be and whether you need to bring anything special if you want to try out some new ideas. You may take still photos (unobtrusively!!!) during the demos, but in fairness to our volunteers please do not video any of the demos.
In addition we usually have a “Show-and-Tell” table where members can display and talk about a recent creation (or ask for help in solving a problem)
We ask for £15 per session to cover the cost of hiring the hall and other incidental expenses
We provide tea and coffee during the day, but unfortunately the cafe is no longer available so you will need to bring your own packed lunch.
Suggested equipment (general)
Polymer clay and scrap clay
Pasta machine and clamp (sorry no motors)
Worksurface such as formica, tile or glass chopping board
Usual tools – craft knife, needle tool, tissue blade, measure, cookie cutters
Note pad and pen
And if you have one, your polymer clay name badge!
Hugh Cubitt Community Centre
48 Collier Street
It’s on the first floor but the building has a lift and is disabled friendly.
There are lots of tables but please would you bring some sort of table protection such as polythene – a split open bin bag would be ok
The Centre is shown as the red [A] on the map below.
How to find the meeting room
The nearest tube stations are Angel (Northern Line) and Kings Cross (Northern, Victoria, Circle, Metropolitan, Piccadilly and Hammersmith & City)
Served by the followng buses on Pentonville Road – 476, 214, 205, 73, 30
Please check www.tfl.gov.uk for more details
There is plenty of on street parking in the vicinity
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