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PRINTING WITHOUT A PRESS – with expert Clare Buckle TUESDAY 18th AUGUST

Posted by on March 8, 2015

we are full !!!if you are interested in our next course do get in touch

 

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THE ART OF FERMENTING and Living Foods with John the Earthworm 29th MARCH 2pm-4pm

Posted by on February 17, 2015

This workshop is set up to set you up in your kitchen fermenting and exploring living foods.

From Sauerkraut to  live Cultures and beyond !

you are advised to bring some fresh organic vegetables to the class.

One of the following

A cabbage

carrots

beetroot

cauliflower

cucumber and anything else you would like to try out.

 

cost for the morning is £15

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MARCH HARE CROSSOVER -28th Feb- 1st March the EXPERIMENTAL CROSSOVER from one to another

Posted by on February 17, 2015

 FROM ONE TO ANOTHER

FROM ONE TO ANOTHER

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URBAN BEEKEEPING COURSE – 7th JUNE with expert Dennis Stidder cost £30

Posted by on February 17, 2015

 

URBAN BEEKEEPING COURSE  DATES

1st of MARCH

15th Ma

do contact us for more  information

With expert Denis Stidder This is a unique course supporting natural Urban beekeeping. Maximum 10 persons. Cost is £30 for the day 10am-4pm ( please bring own vegetarian lunch) Please book via e mail atthecoachhouse@googlemail.com or call 07796054442

ED wrote this for us “The beekeeping course was excellent and at £30 a total bargain. The first half of the day was guided by Dennis Stidder, who has been teaching bee keeping for over 30 years. He went through many of the basics and explained about the more traditional Langstroth hives. He had many stories and experiences to share and half way through the day he opened up and showed us an active Langstroth hive. methods, including the Warre hive and the Top-bar hive. We finished by discussing the pros and cons of each technique and tying it all

together to the broader political context of the UK beekeeping scene and the problems faced with the future of British bees. This was an excellent introduction for any aspiring beekeeper. When starting to learn about beekeeping it can be very difficult to decide what kind of beekeeping you should practice. There is an overwhelming amount of information on the internet and in books. The combination of a traditional and natural beekeeper on this course gave us different sides of the story and an opportunity for us to have our many questions answered. After going on this course I am in the process of building my first top-bar hive and hope to start keeping bees soon!”bumblebee on Mullein flower

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ROBBIE BURNS NIGHT CELEBRATED HERE — SUNDAY 25th JAN

Posted by on January 21, 2015

ROBBIE BURNS -page-0

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VINTAGE FAYRE —- SATURDAY 24th JANUARY 11-5pm

Posted by on January 21, 2015

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FROM THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY TO EXCELSUS !

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STAY UP LATE EVENT — A NIGHT WITH ANDREW WALKER -****

Posted by on December 30, 2014

Coach House Draft flyer copy

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URBAN BEEKEEPING JANUARY SAILS! — £25 For January Course ! 10 spaces only

Posted by on December 17, 2014

coach house flowers 029NEXT COURSES ARE :

18th JANUARY-

15th Feb-

15h March

do contact us for more  information

With expert Denis Stidder This is a unique course supporting natural Urban beekeeping. Maximum 10 persons. Cost is £30 for the day 10am-4pm ( please bring own vegetarian lunch) Please book via e mail atthecoachhouse@googlemail.com or call 07796054442

ED wrote this for us “The beekeeping course was excellent and at £30 a total bargain. The first half of the day was guided by Dennis Stidder, who has been teaching bee keeping for over 30 years. He went through many of the basics and explained about the more traditional Langstroth hives. He had many stories and experiences to share and half way through the day he opened up and showed us an active Langstroth hive. methods, including the Warre hive and the Top-bar hive. We finished by discussing the pros and cons of each technique and tying it all

together to the broader political context of the UK beekeeping scene and the problems faced with the future of British bees. This was an excellent introduction for any aspiring beekeeper. When starting to learn about beekeeping it can be very difficult to decide what kind of beekeeping you should practice. There is an overwhelming amount of information on the internet and in books. The combination of a traditional and natural beekeeper on this course gave us different sides of the story and an opportunity for us to have our many questions answered. After going on this course I am in the process of building my first top-bar hive and hope to start keeping bees soon!”

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At the Folk House – first Sunday of the Month 4pm- 8pm

Posted by on September 7, 2014

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American Indian Crafts – HAPPENING HERE >> MOCCASIN >> LEATHER TOOLING >>BEADWORK

Posted by on September 7, 2014

run by Peter Rock

delighted to have this gem of a man teaching us leather work – beading – leather tooling – and jewellery making

for info on the next courses please e mail atthecoachhouse@googlemail.com

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