We’ve new dates in November and December for our popular (and very useful!) Secondary Glazing workshops; head over to our project page for details and sign-up form: Insulate Ealing – Secondary Glazing Practicals
We’ve now finalised this year’s programme of re-skilling workshops for the Ealing Transition and Ealing Mums in Business Community Fayre, and it’s looking great!
This year’s workshops include bread making, sewing , paper basket-making, beekeeping, food fermentation, bike maintenance, food-related fun for children, and carbon footprint and energy advice.
The full schedule is below, it’s probably a bit too small to read, so please click to enlarge it (PDF):
Booking and timings
Some workshops will operate on a first-come-first-served basis (indicated as ‘drop in’); others will require sign-up, which you can do from 1.30pm on the day. You’ll find sign-up sheets at the reception desk.
The first workshops start at 2pm. Workshops last between 15 minutes and 1 ½ hours. Please note that Spelt bread making starts at 2pm and runs through to 5pm but consists of around 1 ¼ hours activity spread out over three hours with breaks.
Most workshops are suitable for adults and children of all ages accompanied by an adult, except where specified otherwise in the schedule.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com
Market stalls, refreshments and entertainment
We will also have:
- Market stalls including: Home crafters, Handmade jewellery, Local produce, Chutney, Photography, and Natural skin care
- Tea, coffee and juice on sale, plus cakes from Celestial Cakes
- Milly Madness will be providing children’s face painting and Queen Elsa (from The Giggle Company) will be making a visit!
Where and when
Saturday 11 October, 1.30-5pm (workshops from 2pm)
It’s all happening at:
St. Mary’s Church Polygon,
St. Mary’s Road,
Ealing W5 5RH.
Adults £1, Children free.
Our lovely Community Fayre poster (sponsored by the equally lovely Northfields Estate Agents) is now out and about, hopefully you’ll spot it in various locations around Ealing; but if you know of a place it could be displayed, or a friendly shop-keeper who could be displaying it, please ask, download and display!