New year, new skill
We all make resolutions for the beginning of the New Year. Some are doing Dry-January, some are doing Veganuary and many are doing the traditional ‘eat less’, and ‘drink less’. But resolutions are so hard to keep when they are a) down to your own will power and b) often about doing less of something you enjoy!
So instead this year we’re going to vow to do more of the interesting things and actually book them in – meaning we can’t keep putting things off! Here are some of our top recommendations of new skills and experiences that could make 2016 your best yet!
Steer’s One-day coding course
Primary Schools across the country are now teaching basic coding to 7 year olds so this is an easy course to help you keep up with the new generation. You’ll learn how websites are made, and make your own beautiful single-page website with HTML and CSS
McQueen’s One-day Floristry Masterclass
A short course tailored for those who love flowers and wants to explore styles and expert tips on how to arrange and display flowers from one of the UK’s premier florists. At the end of the day you will walk away with one of your own unique creations.
Spring Master Class : 6th April
Summer Master Class : 27th July
Saturday Sewing Sessions
Anyone else got swept up in the Great British Sewing Bee earlier in the year? No? Well for those of us that did here is a choice of accessible courses that can cover the absolute basics, to alterations, to pattern cutting and ‘clone your favourite garment’. They also host events for babyshowers and hen parties. The founder was even featured on Channel 4's 'This Old Thing: Vintage Clothes Show'.
V&A History of British Film - Evening Course
We all watch and love movies but do we now much about the history of them or what earlier creations have inspired our favourite movies to be made? This course gives an insight into the history of British cinema from 1890 through to the 2000s via key films and their influences.
Starts Tue 12 April 2016–Tue 07 June 2016 (9 sessions)
£400 (includes wine reception)