Basket weaving facilitates the development of skills in manual strength and precision, numeracy, concentration, and patience’ all of which develop confidence to implement ideas. More importantly, it encourages students to be creative. The Basketry Workshop aims to provide an experience encompassing as many aspects of this age-old craft as the individual wishes to explore. To this end the workshop provides a secure and peaceful setting, maintaining a high level of support for students, and offering the necessary training and appropriate materials. Participants work with willow, cane, rush, raffia, sea grass and fabric, gathering materials locally whenever possible. Recently we have begun work with recyclables such as plastic and paper. Students work individually as well as in groups and are encouraged to experiment with colour, texture, shape, and size. Led by Kate Kramer, the Basketry Workshop offers an accessible working environment and makes available the opportunity to explore personal creativity through the hands, the eyes, and the heart of a basket maker.
June 10 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
40th Birthday 40k ChallengeIt's our 40th birthday on 18 June! We have set ourselves a challenge to raise £40,000 by getting 40,000 people
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Help us win a £25,000 donation thanks to MasterCard!Sainsbury's night colleague Ronnie is running the Virgin London Marathon in aid of Camphill Blair Drummond on 24th April 2016.
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Advent Sale raises over £10,000Despite a very wet and windy afternoon, our fabulous supporters braved the horrible conditions to come to our Advent Sale. Our unique,
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- “I heard from a member of staff’s mum, who comes from the same village as me in Hungary, that Camphill Blair Drummond is the best place in Scotland” Matyas Kovacs (Co-worker)