Barrack Road , Christchurch
Term times - Wednesdays 10am - 12pm.
£9 per session including a free hot drink from the cafe and use of Machines, equipment and fabric.
The Social Sew group gives local men and women the opportunity to chat and share their love of sewing in a safe and supportive environment. The session is disability-friendly and suitable for all abilities.
Due to the nature of this session there is no formal teaching however I am on hand to guide you through your project and to help if you get into difficulty. You can bring along your own sewing project or I can suggest small projects for those new to sewing.
This lovely session is run in conjunction with The Water Lily project at their cafe and workshop room on Barrack Road in Christchurch (with parking close by).
About the Water Lily Project
The Water Lily Project is a Christian charity that is passionate about supporting and empowering vulnerable women in Christchurch and surrounding areas and helping them back to independent living. The Water Lily Project was founded in 2011 by a group of local Christians who realized there was a need to help women affected by either domestic violence and abuse, addiction, sex trade, financial difficulty or homelessness.
Due to the nature of the workshops and the limited availability of places if you wish to cancel a workshop you must cancel the workshop at least seven (7) days before the first class commences . We will either refund or transfer you on to the next available Workshop. If a refund is required a small transaction charge is withheld.
If fewer than 3 people book on this workshop it may be cancelled. If this happens you will be offered a full refund or a place on the next available workshop which ever you would prefer.