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We are proud to be working with the Heritage Skills Centre, Lincoln Castle and the National Centre for Craft and Design to run a series of one-day workshops in heritage conservation skills. All workshops are designed for beginners (so you need no previous experience) and introduce skills which will allow you to care for your precious historic treasures.

 

Workshops are run in a relaxed way, with plenty of opportunities for you to ask questions about your own heirlooms or collectibles, and are designed to equip you with hands-on experience as well as knowledge. There will be chances to mix and mingle with fellow participants and tutors throughout the day and during breaks, when tea and coffee will be provided, and for selected workshops you are encouraged to bring along an object of your own to guide your learning.

 

Unless stated otherwise each workshop runs from 10am to 4pm with breaks throughout the day. It is recommended that participants bring a packed lunch. Booking is essential, and should be made via the Heritage Skills Centre or National Centre for Craft and Design respectively. Please note that prices are set by the venue. Please see their websites for the latest workshop costs. Current workshops are listed below, but if you should have any questions about them we would be more than happy to discuss these with you.

 

This workshop, which is designed especially for those helping to care for historic churches, you will develop the knowledge and skills to look after some of the artefacts or monuments in your own place of worship.

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