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  • 26/10/2016 : Farm of fear

    Looking to keep the kids entertained this half term? Then why not come along to our Farm of Fear day, here at Acton Scott.

  • 29/10/2016 : Christmas in a Jar

    Winter preserving is usually undertaken with Christmas in mind, using up the last of the orchard and vegetable bounty. Spend a lovely day creating wonderful Christmas preserves that can be given as gifts or liven up the Christmas store cupboard in the…

  • 29/10/2016 : Orchard Restoration

    The course is aimed at gardeners and smallholders, and will cover siting an orchard, choosing suitable species and varieties to plant, and how to look after them. You'll be shown how to plant a tree and protect it from animals and strimmers, and learn…

  • 30/10/2016 : Victorian Crazy Patchwork Christmas Stocking

    Originating from the necessity to preserve the life of worn out clothing and blankets this "thrifty" technique took on a new dimension during the reign of Queen Victoria when crazy patchwork became an ideal medium to display rich, ornate decorative needlework…

  • 01/11/2016 : House history
    Please note that this course is now full.

    Tracing the history of a property and finding out about the…

  • 09/11/2016 : Me and You project

    Are you aged 15 to 25? Do you have a learning difficulty, special need or physical disability? Would you like to try something new?

  • 15/11/2016 : All about me, all about us - person-centred approaches in Shropshire


    Person-centred approaches empower people and organisations to create positive change. They're about involving young people, children and their parent/carers, and ensuring that…

  • 28/02/2017 : Palaeography – how to read old writing

    This six week course covers secretary, italic and mixed hands from the 16th-18th centuries, and 19th century formal and informal writing.

  • 28/02/2017 : Latin for local and family historians

    Do you find it difficult to make progress with your research when you find phrases or even whole documents are in Latin?

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