Events

Bell House – May events

Never Have to Ask Twice

10th May, 7-9pm 

Does it drive you mad when your children don’t listen to you? This parenting talk will cover why children don’t listen, and what parents can do to encourage children to listen to and follow instructions. Don’t miss this three stage approach for maximising cooperation.

Tickets – £10 (free and subsidised places available)

Come and Ring

26th May

Your chance to enjoy the art of handbell tune ringing – learn about the instruments and how to play them, as part of a team. All equipment provided, and no previous experience necessary! All ages welcome, 10 years and up.

Tickets – on a donation basis

Sourdough Baking

26th May

Bell House is excited to be working with Christopher, from Christopher’s Bakery on Half Moon Lane, to offer a sourdough course. A hands-on introduction to the art of baking sourdough bread – with the promise of new baking skills, and a delicious loaf to take home at the end!

Purls of Wisdom

Fridays from 18th May – 22nd June (except 1st June), 11am-12.30pm

Knitting feeds the mind, body and soul. This 5 week knitting course will introduce techniques which can create a patchwork of squares- building to large pieces such as scarves, cushion covers or blankets. Come and learn in a relaxing environment, and have something wonderful to take home at the end.

Tickets: £55 (free and subsidised places available)

Artist’s Open House

12th-13th and 19th-20th May

Benjamin and Pip Rice are having an exhibition of photographs and basketry as part of the Dulwich Festival. Benjamin is showing four projects, including his incredible Dry Stone Walls and beautiful Wild Cherry. Pip will be showcasing her traditional and experimental baskets, using materials gathered from foraging – including some materials from Bell House Gardens.

All tickets will be available via Eventbrite or you can find out details via www.bellhouse.co.uk/events

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