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Gloucester Arts and Crafts Summer School brochure 2018

0ur 38th year      30th July –3rd August

Welcome - we hope that you enjoy browsing through our 2018 brochure whether you are a regular Summer School student or a potential new one.

As is our custom, we offer a broad range of arts/crafts courses and this year a number of new, exciting options have again, been added.

When you have made your choice and filled out the booking form, we hope you will tell other people who you think might also enjoy and benefit from the unique experience and atmosphere of the GACG  Annual Summer School. 

 Venue  Newent Community School, Watery Lane, Newent, Gloucestershire  GL18 1QF


Summer School Co-ordinator       Mrs Anne Conoley,

Tel: 01452 700635

E-mail: anne.conoley@btopenworld.com

All courses   -   9.30am  -  4.30pm


Organised by The Gloucester Arts and Crafts Group  

 Reg. Charity No. 1069039


For more information go to:- 


General Information

This is the fourth year that we have Newent Community School as our venue. Situated on the outskirts of the town, it has Arts College status and offers excellent facilities for our courses.  Students will be pleased to know that it has ample parking.

All courses are open to everyone over 18 years of age.  Usually, courses are limited to a maximum of 10 students to enable tutors to give individual attention to the members of the group.  Tuition in basic skills will be available for beginners, whilst those with previous experience will be given opportunities to expand and advance their existing skills.

Early enrolment is strongly advised because of the limited number of places available

Phone numbers of most tutors are shown in the brochure. They are quite happy for prospective students to contact them before enrolment with any possible queries. Tutors will specify charges for materials and hire of models where applicable, in addition to course fees.

Prior to Summer School, students will be supplied with information about their courses (if necessary) and suggestions on what equipment or materials they should bring.

Any course under-subscribed will be cancelled at the end of June and students offered their 2nd choice if places are available.  Alternatively any fees already paid will be refunded.

Should an advertised tutor withdraw from Summer School, Gloucester Arts and Crafts Group reserve the right to use a substitute tutor.  In such unforeseen circumstances, no refund will be made to students.

Please Note:

Your fees includes tuition and an excellent lunch (varied menu) cooked by first class caterers on the premises.  Also morning coffee and afternoon tea/coffee breaks with biscuits/cake.

Students are responsible for the Insurance and safe-keeping of their own property.

We hope you have a happy and creative week.





Art Courses                                                                                                                                                                               

Acrylic Painting & Colour Mixing

Drawing Faces                                           

Elements of the Landscape*

Investigating the World of Pencils *



Craft Courses                                                                                                                             

Ladderback Chairmaking



                                  1,2,3  DAY COURSES



30 July                                                                30 / 31 July

An Introduction to Eco Printing                                  A Voyage into Beading

                                                                                     Landscapes in Watercolour

                                                                                     Lino Printing

                                                                                     The Magic of Willow


30/31 July/1 August                                                    1 / 2 August

Creating/Sculpting Animal Characters                        Jewellery

Fused Glass                                                                  Mirror Mosaics

Plying, String, Cordage & Useful Twists



1/2/3 August                                                                2 August

Botanical Art                                                               Colourful 4 Page Booklet

Ceramics / Pottery


2 / 3 August                                                     3 August                                                                                                                                                                    Earth Pigments – Prehistoric & Modern Uses             An Introduction to Eco Printing

Sculpting and Painting with Wool                               Flower Arranging

                                                                             Summer Espadrilles


       *This course can also be booked for any number of days


All Courses: 9.30am – 4.30pm each day



This course covers many aspects of painting with acrylics – with particular emphasis on mixing colours.  Using just the three primary colours and white, it is possible to mix an infinite variety of colours.  Only requiring four tubes of paint has obvious cost benefits and means less to carry around. It will also improve your knowledge and understanding of colour theory and practice. Suitable for complete beginners and more experienced artists, we will be painting a variety of subjects, with plenty to suit all tastes, and you will have the opportunity to bring in your own choice of subject.



Kate Smith studied at Goldsmith's College in London for 4 years. She is a qualified tutor in further education (FENTO) as well as having a PGCE (secondary art) qualification. Kate works as a freelance artist and runs several weekly art courses across the county.

Tel:( 01452) 840189  / Mob: 07970242808       


AN INTRODUCTION INTO ECO PRINTING:      Monday 30th July or Friday 3rd August. Both days fully booked, sorry.

Eco printing is a fascinating process using natural plant based dyes and leaves to create different, unique and intriguing effects on paper and fabric. No two eco prints are identical. 

This is a one-day workshop which will be repeated, so please only sign up for one day or the other and specify the date on the Booking Form.

You will create a silk panel, paper eco prints suitable for use in card making, and other cotton samples.



Sue Griffiths has always enjoyed trying out various crafts, and is now experimenting with different forms of printing. The use of plants from the garden and found foraging is a bonus.




Get a very early start on Christmas projects! Beadwork is not only used for making jewellery but can be incorporated into making beautiful decorations for the home. In this workshop you will learn vertical and horizontal beaded netting using seed beads, crystals and pearls to create a variety of stunning lacy Victorian-style covered baubles. Once learnt, the art of beaded netting can be applied to numerous projects in home decoration and jewellery making. The course is suitable for all abilities. All tools and equipment will be provided but there will be a charge for materials.


Jenny Hodgett has years of experience teaching crafts to a wide age group both in the UK and overseas. She specialises in beading but regularly teaches a variety of crafts to groups locally in Gloucestershire. Her work is displayed and sold at various craft shows around the county. 

BOTANICAL ART (Coloured Pencil with Graphite Pencil): 

                                                                             1 /2/ 3 Aug

The course is designed to build confidence, encourage accuracy, observation and composition for beginners and intermediate students. It also introduces students to the wonderful world of coloured and graphite pencils. The course will concentrate on combining both mediums in one composition using fruit, vegetables, seed heads and flowers. No water is used as these pencils are oil based.



Marilyn Hughes SBA. UKCPS

Teaches a method of pencil drawing devised by Ann Swan who is an accredited Botanical Artist and an RHS Gold Medallist. Marilyn has been working with coloured pencils since 1994 and for the past 10 years teaching Botanical Art at Cirencester College, Nature in Art, Home Workshops and Art Clubs. Bristol Botanic Gardens




Discover how to hand-build a range of pots and sculptural forms in clay. The course is structured to give the complete beginner the skills and confidence that they need whilst allowing the more experienced artist the freedom to explore their own ideas. To give you some idea, last year students made a wide range of pieces including mugs, bird houses, natural forms and figurative sculpture. I will support and guide you through all stages

All tools and equipment are provided, with a charge made to cover the cost of materials that you use. I will fire your work for you and you can choose to add glaze at a later date.



Peter Garrard has a first class honours degree in 3D design and studied Ceramics in the USA. He has extensive experience teaching Ceramics and Painting and Drawing to adults and children across the county. He divides his time between making work for exhibition and teaching from his studio and other venues.

Contact him on petergarrardceramics@yahoo.com / 07985 294 312

View other students work: Facebook: Pottery and Art Classes with Peter Garrard

View Peter’s work and course details: www.peter-garrard-ceramcis.co.uk


for ‘Keep Sake’ or a ‘Special Gift’                                    2  August

In this one day workshop the theme of the booklet will be flowers, observed realistically or abstracted, using acrylics, water colours or inks, whichever is your preference? Using a high quality A3 cartridge paper, students will create eight individual observational images of flowers on the paper. Using folds and cuts, the paper will be glued and assembled to form a booklet. This course is suitable for the beginner or the more advanced artist and will give you the opportunity to explore design work in the media of your choice , leading to a completed booklet to keep or to give as a special gift. Students should bring drawing pencils, acrylic paint, inks, watercolours, (depending on your preference, or all three mediums), and paint brushes. There will be a small additional charge for materials used, payable on the day.



Claire Billingsley lives in Ledbury, and works predominately in clay, but also has a passion for drawing and painting. Form and colour dominate her work which is inspired by nature and  love of art history. Claire has taught Art and Design for the past twenty  years. She  teaches workshops in both two and three-dimensional media to a range of abilities and ages and exhibits her work in joint exhibitions and Art Fairs. In addition, Claire works on commissions in either paint or clay. You can follow Claire on Facebook or Instagram. Contact: ceebeeledbury67@gmail.com  Website: clairebillingsleyartandceramics.co.uk



This three day course will teach you how to create unique characterized animals from a design, to the final painted model. Welcome to all levels of sculpting; complete beginners to August​e​ Rodins​. You will be able to express your creativity through your design and learn simple sculpting techniques to fabricate your ideas in three dimensions. You will be taught everything from what makes a good design, to making an armature, sculpting a form, creating effective textures and painting your model. You will be using “Super sculpey”, a polymer clay used by industry professionals. It is a non-toxic, easily malleable clay that can simply be set solid in a low heat conventional oven. This course will build your confidence in sculpture, and allow you to make your own designs at home, anytime.



Nate Sanger-Davies is a Modelmaking student at the Arts University Bournemouth. He specializes in creature and character sculpture and teaches fellow students as president of AUB sculpting society. Visit his website natemakes.co.uk. For any information please call 07951793955 or email natesangerdavies@gmail.com

DRAWING FACES—for all abilities         5 days


A five day course for absolute beginners to more advanced level students. Whatever your ability, David will take you through an assorted series of exercises that will test and sharpen your drawing skills of faces: including facial proportions, facial expressions and more. Using various media and support.

Lots of individual attention in a supportive and enjoyable atmosphere, and each person taught according to their ability.

David will provide the equipment and materials needed.



David Ochiltree is a practicing illustrator & artist with over thirty years of illustration experience. He has illustrated many educational books for museums and publishers all over the UK. David has been teaching adults at his art classes in Gloucestershire for the last eleven years http://ochiltree.org.uk



Earth pigments are things like ochres - naturally coloured clays and rocks that have been used for colour since prehistoric times. They're strong, lightfast and permanent, and hugely versatile in how they can be used. As well as looking into the background of how the pigments have been used, this is a hands-on course. we'll use earth pigments as our prehistoric ancestors did, and then we'll look at the many ways we can use them in our own homes and lives. Suitable for all levels of ability. A small charge will be made to cover materials.



Helen Leaf is a self-employed artist and maker, with prehistory and nature as driving influences. Her websites are www.leaftradingpost.com and www.helenleafdesigns.com

ELEMENTS OF THE LANDSCAPE       1/2/3/4 or 5 days

Day 1  Foliage in the Landscape

Day 2  Sunsets

Day 3  Seascapes

Day 4  People and Places

Day 5  Wildlife in the Landscape


Suitable for all abilities, this course will allow participants to explore different elements of the landscape in turn, leading to an understanding of structure, form and colour. There will be some sketchbook work, with students adding colour via acrylics, watercolour or pastels. The days can be booked individually or as a five day course.


Jackie Garner (01453 847420) trained at Medway College of Design, is a former Education Officer at the Nature in Art Museum and is qualified in Further and Adult Education. She is a professional artist who specialises in portraying wildlife and is the author and illustrator of The Wildlife Artist’s Handbook. Jackie teaches and lectures regularly, exhibits locally and nationally and is a guest contributor to Artists & Illustrators Magazine. www.jackiegarner.co.uk


During this course, you will learn how to make beautiful natural arrangements using all British-grown seasonal foliage and cut-flowers, including unusual varieties not widely available in mainstream floristry. In the morning, you will be taught how to cut and condition flowers to give them the maximum vase life and will make and wrap a Hand-Tied Bouquet. These are perfect as a gift or for popping straight into vase when you get home. In the afternoon you will make a Table Centrepiece in a footed glass bowl and, if time, a decorated Jam Jar Posy. There will be discussion of what makes a good cut flower and the best varieties to choose should you wish to try growing your own cutting patch at home. Students will be provided with all the flowers they need to make the arrangements as well as all wrapping materials, a footed glass bowl for their table centrepiece and a jam jar and decorations. All tools will also be provided. There will be a cost of £40 for materials.


Liz Fallon runs the Cotswold Posy Patch, a floristry and flower growing business based at Primrose Vale Farm, Shurdington. She is a passionate advocate of British Grown flowers and is a member of Flowers from the Farm, a nationwide network of local artisan growers, all championing the wider use of locally grown flowers in floristry. Liz has a degree in plant sciences and an RHS Certificate in Horticulture. She has studied floristry with a number of respected florists including Sabine Darrall, Wendy Paul at Organic Blooms, The Garden Gate Flower Co and Hans Haverkamp. Liz also has a background in Horticulture Therapy and has worked for Thrive and a local independent charity teaching gardening to people with support needs.



FUSED GLASS FOR YOUR GARDEN           30 /31 July  /1 Aug


Make stunning pieces of fused glass for your garden using the vibrant medium of coloured glass to create all manner of decorative objects such as birds and flowers to hang in trees or put in your borders and pots. With a simple and practical approach to design Caroline will help you to discover how easy it is to create a stunning piece of kiln formed glass using this remarkable process, which involves layering together colourful pieces of glass which are then heated in a kiln so that they fuse together. All tools and equipment will be provided and a good range of glass and other compatible materials will be available for sale during the course. No previous experience is necessary but if you have done it before, you will be more than welcome.



Caroline Lambert has been working exclusively with glass for nearly 20 years.  She divides her time between teaching adults and children and is a practising artist.                           

 Email - carolinelambertglass@gmail.com  Web - carolinelambertglass.com

INVESTIGATING THE WORLD OF PENCILS         1/2/3/4/ or 5 days


Nearly everyone has a pencil set somewhere in a drawer at home and it remains unused because they are not sure how best to use them. Mostly perhaps, it is that pencils are underrated; a kid's medium or for adult 'colouring in' and even when you do get them out of their hiding place what paper do you use? How can you overlay colour and what on earth do you do with 'watercolour pencils'? It can be bewildering when there are so many types of pencil and a vast array of different papers to choose from. On this course you will get the chance to try out the different pencils varieties (e.g. wax, oil, pastel, graphite, pastel, water-soluble, inktense, graphitint) and which papers they work best on. We will work on your drawing skills, and discover which pencils and paper suit your own style of work. This course will suit both complete beginners and those who already have experience of working with coloured pencils. This will run as a 5 day course, but days can be booked individually if desired. Please bring any pencils that you already have although I will supply all materials needed at a cost of £5 a student.


Jackie Cox became a freelance artist in 1984 and since then has had many successful exhibitions in the UK, Germany and the USA. As well as regular local art classes, she also does demonstrations and workshops, both here and abroad.

JEWELLERY                                              1/2 August


Spend a couple of days learning a range of basic jewellery making techniques in Sterling Silver. Start by wire-beading a pair of earrings and then progress to a beaded bracelet with some simple soldering. I will then show you how to make a pendant using a cabochon setting. You can select from a wide range of glass, semi-precious, precious beads and stones or bring along your own.


All tools are provided with a charge made by the tutor for any materials used.



Michael Dean has City and Guilds qualifications in Silversmithing and has been making and exhibiting his work for the last 15 years. If you have any questions contact him on 01452 559555.

LADDERBACK CHAIRMAKING                                    5days


Our main aim of this course is to make a quality ladderback chair in a week. The method is by turning legs and rails using tools called rotary planes and is suitable for complete beginners as well as those with some experience. The ability to measure in imperial units will be useful. We will use Ash and the design of the chairs will be heavily influenced by the Gimson/Clisset/Shaker styles and can either be side or armchairs. All tools and equipment will be provided, but materials will have to be paid for at cost. Seats can either be rushed or seagrassed.



Phil Shipley (01452 617546) was a teacher in the Design and Technology subject area for 30 years. He is now semi-retired, but still restores/repairs furniture and tutors chairmaking courses, as well as working on commissions from time to time. He is a Short Course tutor at West Dean College, Chichester and exhibits at ‘The Cotswold Show and Frampton County Fair.

LANDSCAPES IN WATERCOLOUR                         30/31 July

Paint along with Christine as we go step by step together into the wonderful exciting medium of watercolour using different techniques e.g. wet into wet and light & contrast.

We will be painting: trees, water, reflections and landscapes.

Beginners welcome.


Christine Hughes (01452 614227) is passionately dedicated to the enjoyment of painting. She was previously proprietor of Golden Vale Pictures Art Shop and Gallery in Gloucester. She is a member of the Gloucester Society of Artists and a member of Churchdown Art Club. Christine has been painting for many years and tutors in watercolours and oils and demonstrates to many local art groups.




Learn how to design, cut and print your original artwork, using traditional or easy to cut lino.  Over the two days, you will learn how to make individual black and white and colour prints.  You will learn a number of ways of adding colour to your prints, to take them to a new level.  Absolute beginners will be guided at every step of the process, whilst those with more experience will be encouraged to learn new techniques to broaden their knowledge.  It would be helpful if you brought sketches, photos or ideas with you, or you can choose to use the reference material provided.  You will also gain information about the best tools, papers and inks to use to successfully continue printmaking at home.



Beth Jenkins is a professional printmaker and a member of Gloucestershire Printmaking Co-op.  She teaches regularly throughout Gloucestershire and beyond, as well as being involved in running public art events.  She has exhibited work in the UK, Europe and North America.  Contact her for more information on bethjenkinsfyc@hotmail.com, 07969 125271 or www.bethjenkins.co.uk

MIRROR MOSAICS                   1/2 August           


This is the chance to produce an exciting piece of art, which will  take pride of place in your home.  This course combines using coloured glass with mosaic techniques , siliconed  onto a mirror, creating a natural scene or patterns. When the final piece is grouted in black the results are spectacular and amazing. Suitable for beginners in both crafts or experienced students wishing to take their interests further. There will be a small charge for materials used and equipment will be provided.



Gill Webb is a retired Food and Textiles teacher, as well as the chairman of GACG. She has spent a lifetime learning various crafts and regularly sells at Craft Fairs.

MOSAIC                                                 5 days


Mosaic is fun, fascinating and addictive!

Discover how to design a mosaic, cut and shape tesserae and grout the finished work. Selecting from a wide range of glass and ceramic tiles and broken china, complete a mosaic on MDF.

Explore the possibilities of colour, form, pattern and texture.

All materials and tools, are provided; a charge will be made by the tutor for materials used. Please bring a shoebox sized cardboard box to cut into.

Any questions?  Please contact Erica on 07909754242



Erica Bibbings is a professional draftsman and artist who has been experimenting with mosaic for many years. She is experienced in running workshops as well as working to commission.


                                                                                            30/31 July & 1 Aug

From fibres to cords, to knots, textiles, and beyond - these are ancestral skills that we've been using since prehistoric times, and plying is a great skill to learn! We'll make plied cordage using a whole range of different materials, ancient and modern. Then, using our cordage we'll make simple projects, learning more useful skills and tricks along the way. At the end of the course you'll have new skills, knowledge of how to use these skills, and a huge appreciation of the simplicity and versatility of cordage. Suitable for all levels of ability.

A small charge will be made to cover materials.



Helen Leaf is a self- employed artist and maker, with prehistory and  

nature as driving influences. Her websites are www.leaftradingpost.com and www.helenleafdesigns.com

SCULPTING and PAINTING with WOOL             2 / 3 August

Discover the wonders of wool by learning or developing your experience of needle-felting (a dry-felting technique) to create pictures with a three-dimensional form or sculptures, inspired by the natural world. You will be given the chance to explore and exploit the different qualities of British rare-breed sheep fleeces, alpaca and angora wool in studies of animals or birds (pets or wildlife) and landscapes (see www.facebook.com/taylored.felt for examples). Stunning plant-dyed Cotswold wool will be available for you to capture the natural tones of the countryside. There will be time for you to discover how the needle-felting technique can be used to create very different art forms. No drawing or needle-felting experience is necessary. Equipment is provided and materials can be purchased at cost during the course. This is a very portable, creative and therapeutic craft so be prepared to go home with a new passion in your life!



Helen Taylor (0753 8857598 or hctaylor2002@aol.com) started using wool as a sculpting medium in her artistic exploration of the natural world, as wool's light textured form captures nature's fine detail but with soft edges. She developed a passion for using rare-breed fleece and for plant-dyeing Cotswold fleece when she had a studio at Ruskin Mill, Nailsworth. She now creates and exhibits her work around Britain from her studio in Victoria Works Studios in Chalford. Helen has spent her working life teaching both adults and children and runs workshops in her studio and as a guest tutor for various Guilds. www.facebook.com/taylored.felt

SUMMER ESPADRILLES                                           3 August

Learn how to create your very own pair of espadrilles in time for summer. We’ll be practicing our hand sewing skills and realising how fabric becomes 3D.  Please bring along any fabric which you would like to incorporate into your espadrilles, (1/4 or 1/2 metre of fabric should be plenty). Otherwise, there will be plenty of fabric provided to choose from (£1 donation). All other equipment will be provided, although I do ask you to bring along your soles for your espadrilles in your size, as this will be our starting point. This project is great if you are starting out your venture into textiles, refreshing your skills, or simply want to create a lovely pair of shoes to add to your summer wardrobe.  Please bring along a pair of espadrille soles in your shoe size. You can purchase these from the links below:





 Rebecca Lodge has 10 years sewing experience and a BA (Hons) in Costume Construction for Stage and Screen, she has been working within television and film since 2013 including: Taboo, Wolf Hall and Cold Feet. Her ‘Young Designers’ workshop for ages 7-11, promotes textiles to budding future designers and makers. For further information  please contact:  wwadstudio@hotmail.co.uk  or to view Rebecca’s shop and workshops please visit: www.whatwouldaudreydo.co.uk.

THE MAGIC OF WILLOW -   Basket Making                    30 / 31 July


Learn to use Willow to create a little Magic. At the beginning of this two day course we will have bundles of Wet willow Rods, and by the end of the two days you could be walking out with a basket over your arm. You will learn how to construct a basket around a round base. A shopper with a handle, an Apple Picker's basket, a nest of three willow platters, an Ali Baba, a Log basket or an Umbrella Basket.... For those who have already worked a little with Willow, may I introduce you to the French Oval Base. Extending your range of possibilities....

We will be using a range of willows grown in Somerset. White, Buff, brown and steamed and also possibly Dicky Meadows and Flaunders Red. Warning- Willow can be very addictive...



Helen Lomberg has been a tutor for about 20 years, regularly teaching for Waterperry Gardens, The Women's Farm and garden association, Nature in Art and Highgrove. In 2010 she set up the Gloucestershire Arts and Crafts Centre in Gloucester, where she teaches 4 times a week.


Art Shops


Art Shops will be at Summer School on Tuesday 31st July  -Artworks  Thursday 2nd August -Art Materials .





Our ever popular raffle will take place on Wednesday 1st August.  Tickets will cost £1 and will only be available on that day.  Donations for prizes will be most welcome. The draw will take place at 4.15pm in the Main Hall of the school near the main entrance.





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I organise the workshops and classes you just turn up!

I organise and coordinate art workshops and classes in Gloucestershire working alongside professional artists that also teach. I attend the workshops to ensure it's smooth running. I sell some art materials there that are specific to that workshop.

I offer a large variety of subjects to suit all levels and tastes. I use different venues presently based in Cheltenham. All venues have free onsite parking and tea coffee and biscuits are provided all day at no extra charge.

Please contact me for further details

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Golden Vale Watercolour Painting Classes

Christine Hughes




Tuesday 2.15pm – 4.45pm


New Subject each week with demonstration.

Weekly fee £8-00 tea provided

Classes run from September until

End of May(No classes in Summer)


Contact Christine on 01452 614227 for Brochure

e-mail johnhughes8@blueyonder.co.uk

Text Christine on mobile No. is 07733249170

BOTANICAL ART     - Coloured Pencils    

Marilyn Hughes SBA                                                             

This course is designed to build confidence, encourage accuracy, observation and composition for beginners and intermediate students. It also introduces students to the wonderful world of coloured and graphite pencils. The course will concentrate on combining both mediums in one composition using fruit, vegetables, seeded heads and flowers.


Marilyn has been working with coloured pencils since 1994 and for the past 16 years teaching Botanical Art at Cirencester College, Nature in Art, Bristol Botanic Gardens, Workshops and Art Clubs. For more information on my home workshops please contact me on:

hughes.marilyn@gmail.com  Tel: 07887744171

I look forward to hearing from you.


Gloucester Arts and Crafts Group

The Gloucester Arts and Crafts Group is an independent educational charity and all decisions are taken by its voluntary committee.

The annual Summer School is one of the events organised by the group.  It also organises one-day workshops.

Members always receive early information about all the Group’s activities, plus two weeks priority over non-members by receiving this Summer School Brochure through the post and a discount for one day workshops

If you are not a member and would like to join, you can pick up details from the information desk at Summer School or by contacting:- Treasurer, Phil Shipley, 14 Six Acres, Upton St Leonards, Gloucester  GL4 8AX

All booking forms, dates and information can be found on our 

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