Preston Lacemakers are a friendly group of people who meet to share their enthusiasm and enjoyment in the art and craft of lace, in all its variations. Our group includes young and old and beginners to experienced. Throughout the year we have talks about and workshops in both lace and other craft techniques. We also promote lace through exhibitions and giving demonstrations.
For more information, click on 'What you need to know...' below or contact Christine Keber on telephone 01772 339913 or by email: prestonlacemakers@yahoo.com.

What you need to know........

Preston Lacemakers meet on the FIRST Saturday of the month, except January, from 10 am to 3 pm, in the Church Hall of the United Reformed Church, Liverpool Road, Penwortham, Preston,
PR1 0QB.  At the request of the church, please do not send post for Preston Lacemakers to the church.

Why don’t you come along and enjoy a friendly day of making lace with Preston Lacemakers.  Page down to see our forthcoming meetings and other events.

Fees
Annual membership fee:
   Adults:  Lace Guild members  £24.00  Others  £26.00
   Young lacemakers (under 16)   £1.00

Visitors (non-members)
  Adults £3 per meeting (for up to 3 meetings)
  under 16 years old free (for up to 3 meetings)

Refreshments
Kettles, milk, tea and coffee are provided for members to make themselves a drink. Biscuits are also provided.  The church kitchen is also available for members’ use.   Members usually bring their own lunch, but if you forget, there are shops very near the church hall.

Library
The group have many lace books and DVDs available for members to borrow.

For more information, contact Christine Keber, telephone 01772 339913 or email prestonlacemakers@yahoo.com.

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All speakers will commence at 11:00, workshops will commence at 10:30.

7 December 2019
Meeting:  Needle Felting Workshop with Lisa Moore

1 February 2020
Meeting: 'Health Advice from a Chiropractor' talk by Julie Kline

7 March 2020
AGM

2 May 2020
Meeting: 'Betsy the housekeeper', in character talk by Joanne Halliwell

7 November 2020
Meeting: 'Designing Torchon Squares' workshop with Andrea Gaskell