All of our workshops are bespoke and catered to your individual needs. We don’t have any set days or a specific number of people that need to attend. 

The workshops in our studio can be on a 1-1 basis or for a maximum of 6 (the price per person is the same), they are also family friendly(minimum age 8 years old, with adult supervision)

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Alternatively, if you would are a larger group or event and would like us to visit you to hold a workshop this can be done too. We are fully flexibile on the venue, as long as there is power. We have held talks, demonstrations, and workshops at Malvern showground events, charity  and community events, WI's, Hen parties and birthday parties to name just a few.

New for this year we will be holding short taster sessions at Warehouse 701 in Hereford who currently display a range of our glass artyfacts.

The workshops themselves can be catered to whichever glass-working technique you would like to try, or a combination of techniques.

These are the available techniques:

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Foil wrapping

 This technique involves cutting and shaping glass, wrapping the edges in a copper foil, and heating solder to connect the pieces (soldering).

This workshop would cost approx. £65 for the day, including materials, tea, coffee, and biscuits.

This cost could increase if more specialist glass is used but this would be discussed before the piece was started.



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Fusing and frit work

This involves cutting and shaping glass, then firing the pieces of glass together in a kiln, and in the case of frit work applying crushed glass onto a piece of background glass.

This would require a firing in the kiln so although the piece would be completed in a day, arrangements would have to be made for it to be collected or delivered later.

The starting cost of this would be £85 for the day, including materials, tea, coffee, and biscuits.

Costs could increase if more specialist glass is used, also there would be a cost for delivering pieces but this would be discussed before the course was started.


this involves creating a design, cutting a design into plastic using a scalpel, and applying an acid paste.

This could easily be completed in half a day and could be done on mirror glass or a vase.

The cost for this technique would be £55 including materials, tea, coffee, and biscuits.

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Stained glass

This is the traditional technique that you see in churches, doors, or windows.

This involves cartoon work (drawing the design to work with) cutting, shaping, lead work, and soldering.

This is slightly trickier to cost. As it depends on the design you would like to work with and whether you want to create a design using plain glass (using fusing and frit, or etching) or whether you want to include a decorative image such as a magic lantern slide

The starting cost would be £80, but if you did want to include a lantern slide it would be £95, again this would include materials, tea coffee, and biscuits. Due to the nature of the stained glass process and the fact it needs to be puttied, the earliest that this piece would be ready for collection would be the end of the following day.

Costs could increase if more specialist glass was used but this would be discussed before the course was started.

All these techniques can be combined so if you wanted to create a piece using a couple of the techniques, we could cost for that too.

For example, you could combine the foil wrapping and etching, this could be completed in a day and the cost for this would be approx. £80.

You can also combine techniques, over more than one session. For example you could combine slumping/fusing with foil wrapping.

All the above can be tailored to your needs.

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A full day would be 7 hours, usually 10:00-17:00 including breaks and safety briefing

A half day can be morning or afternoon and is usually 4 hours including a safety briefing

These timings can be tailored to fit your requirements.

All Personal Protective Equipment is provided but please ensure you wear closed-toe shoes.

Please feel free to get in contact for a free quote.