Set in the beautiful English countryside, Chipping Campden is a small Cotswold town boasting a strong history in the Arts and Crafts Movement. It is with this history in mind that The Cotswold School of Arts and Crafts was born.
Established by Louise Pocockand Kerry Kernan as a way to share their love and passion for all things creative, The Cotswold School of Arts and Crafts delivers creative workshops and courses across a range of mediums. Covering sewing,embroidery, jewellery, millinery and design; workshops are delivered by experienced, talented tutors with a passion for teaching.
Louise is a renowned milliner based in The Cotswolds and a member of the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen. Alongside significant professional success which has seen Louise design for television amongst other things, Louise is a qualified teacher and has many years experience of delivering accredited courses such as City & Guilds as well as her own workshops based in her shop. Louise is currently the only tutor delivering Level 3 City & Guilds in Millinery.
Kerry has spent many years teaching students in the field of textile design. A qualified teacher with senior management experience, Kerry has delivered accredited courses from GCSE, A Level to vocational subjects. Kerry has her own millinery business based in Worcestershire where she also teaches workshops in her studio.
The school aims to celebrate all avenues of the wonderful arts and crafts heritage in The Cotswolds by delivering creative workshops across a range of artistic mediums such as textile design, millinery, jewellery design, printing, painting and so much more. The Cotswolds is the perfect place to get away this New Year for a relaxing and creative residential experience so visit www.cotswoldsarts.co.uk for further details.