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Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we have taken the decision to suspend all courses until the end of April in order to protect our visitors, and adhere to government guidelines.  

We are currently accepting bookings on courses beyond the end of April but will advise if this situation changes.

If you have a booking affected by this closure, our Box Office team will be in touch – we are aiming to rebook courses at a later date if possible.

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I love this. Slow IS Fast! You have to say this like Moss in The IT Crowd (memory IS RAM) The Bookbinder Mary Bartlett @dartingtonhall lives by this idea. It is an easy concept to get your head round. It's a translation of an old Latin tag, festina lente, "hurry slowly". It means that trying to do things too fast often means you waste time going back to correct your mistakes: the fastest way of accomplishing something is to work carefully and methodically. #fastisslow #fast #is #slow #care #method ...

This is how you do it! 🤯I found these last year and was super inspired! So...this week. Save your onion skins! Boil them up and make your own dye-baths try doing some red cabbage leaves too, hunt out some nylon tights, yeh, really! And collect some leaves and flowers if you can. Blow eggs first, use a little water to stick leaves and petals to egg. Stretch a square of nylon tight across the surface and tie tight with elastic band. Simmer in dye (tip is to fill eggs with water to weigh down or use big stones to keep them under the surface) and leave over night for stronger colours. It is time to celebrate The Goddess Eostre. And Easter too by decorating and dyeing some eggs and hanging them around your house x #eggs #dye #eostre #easter #eggdecorating ...

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