Thanks for all your patience and support whilst we have been navigating the challenges the pandemic has caused.
Although restrictions have been lifted in the UK from the 19th July we respectfully ask that you continue to wear masks when within 6ft of each other and in spaces such as the kitchen and foyer. We continue to have reduced class sizes so social distance can be maintained. We request that the windows and doors are kept open and you continue to was hands, as as per our guidelines: covid-19 guidelines
We're so enjoying the studio being full of life again!
We are sending updates on new courses and covid-19 guidelines via our newsletters which you can sign up to here: Cambridge Art Makers and Cambridge Woodwind Makers
If you aren't ready for in-person courses yet we have a range of activities on our Covid Crafting page here: https://www.cambridgemakers.org/covid-crafting/
You can find covid-19 guidelines for all Cambridge Makers courses via the link here: covid-19 guidelines. These are reviewed and updated as required.
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Cambridge Art Makers is a not for profit organisation in Linton, Cambridgeshire. The trustees are pleased to have Daniel and his daughter Rosemary Bangham to undertake the day to day running of these courses and the charity. We dedicated to preserving and promoting the art and artisanship of woodwind and brass instrument making and repair through participation.
The making of woodwind and brass instruments are considered endangered crafts by the Heritage Crafts Association and are listed on their Red List. It is sometimes possible to get grants for courses in endangered crafts so do contact the relevant guilds and associations.
Anyone attending our courses should please read our Visitor & Participant Guidelines.
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