TANDRIDGE HANDICRAFT SOCIETY TEMPORARY WEBSITE: 31ST AUGUST 2019

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Outline Of the Society

Next Meeting/s

Location

Contact Details

 

Outline Of The Society

The Tandridge Handicraft Society was founded in 2003. Its aim is to encourage crafts in the area.  The membership consists of both experts and amateurs and provides inspiration and guidance for all, to create both beautiful and practical things.  Some of the crafts which members are working on include patchwork, quilting, knitting, beading, canvaswork (or tapestry), textile art, embroidery, appliqué, lace-making and crochet.   The membership comprises all ages and the society is keen to keep crafts alive in the Tandridge District by passing them down to younger members.  It is a very lively and friendly group.  

 

Next Meeting/s

Autumn Term 2019: Monday 2 September to Monday 16 December 

All events are on Mondays unless otherwise indicated

16 September:  “The Rehabilitative Power Of Stitch” – Canvaswork in prisons, Fine Cell Work

30 September: AGM: Tea at 3 pm followed by AGM at 3:30 pm

14 October: “Silk and Stitches” – Traditional Textiles of Thailand – Jennifer Hughes

Friday 25 October: Friday Workshop 10 am to 4 pm – Cut, Sew, Cut – Fabric Panel – Stephanie Kerry

18 November: Places & Spaces For Decoration – The Tentmakers of Cairo – John and Joan Fisher

 

Location

We meet every Monday between 1:30pm and 4:30pm, except for the whole of August and Bank Holidays, at the Woodhouse Centre in Oxted. The Centre is located opposite Tandridge Leisure Centre and is 5 minutes walk from Oxted railway station.

If driving, turn into Hoskins Road from Station Road West. Ignore the road on your left to Morrison’s car park and instead bear right with Tandridge Leisure Centre on your left. The Woodhouse Centre is then on your right. The Post Code is RH8 9HT.

 

Contact Details

Jenny Beal (Chairman)      01883 620730

enquiries@tandridgehandicraftsociety.org.uk

webmaster@tandridgehandicraftsociety.org.uk