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Tuition

Make your own piece of precious jewellery – one to one tuition available throughout the year.

Tutor Lucy Copleston has a Master’s degree from the Royal College of Art. Tuition is one-to-one which fast tracks your learning.

6 individual tailor made courses are available throughout the year to suit all levels of ability.  See details for each course below.   Contact Lucy to discuss your preferences.

Jewellery making has a therapeutic effect. The fully equipped Workshop, located in the Vale of Clwyd, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is set within it’s own beautiful gardens, and is a relaxing and inspiring  place in which to be creative.

The Workshop has two traditional hand-built jewellers’ workbenches and is fully equipped with hand tools, power tools and an enamelling kiln.
Easy and safe parking is available within 50 metres of the premises. Contact Lucy to receive directions on how to reach the Workshop.

For those wanting a weekend or longer course extending over more than one day, excellent local accommodation is available. Contact Lucy for her comprehensive recommended accommodation list which includes B&B plus an award winning  guest house, self catering cottages in stunningly beautiful locations and a very local caravan and campsite. For alternatives click www.visitwales.com/

Covid 19 Update
Currently the Workshop is closed owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Contact Lucy Copleston for re-opening dates.

With consideration to the continuing Covid 19 pandemic, only students who have had both their vaccinations, and have allowed at least 4 weeks from their second vaccination to elapse before visiting, will be accepted for tuition in the Workshop.  
Students will be required to show proof of their vaccination dates and will be required to wear a face mask throughout their visit.  This decision is guided by current medical advice.
Student relaxing in the Workshop gardens
The Vale of Clwyd
The Workshop

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