Textile Study Group

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Information and booking

Summer School 2012: Alchemy: Media, Materials, Ideas

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Harper Adams University College
Edgmond, Newport, Shropshire TF10 8NB
Monday 23 – Friday 27 July 2012

The Venue

Harper Adams is set in 600 acres of beautiful Shropshire countryside. The college is well served by major roads and is 40 minutes from Birmingham. The nearest railway station is Stafford (15 miles). The postcode is TF10 8NB.

More Details

The Summer School begins at 2.00pm on Monday 23rd July and ends after lunch on Friday 27th July 2012.

Please note the bedrooms will be available from 12.30 on Monday but the studios will not be open till 1.00pm. All bedrooms must be vacated by 9.30am on the Friday morning.


Course fee, accommodation and full board £488.00

Non resident £388.00

Non residential students are reminded that the course includes dinner and workshops in the evenings.

If you are making a long journey, Bed and Breakfast for Sunday night can be arranged at extra cost through the booking secretary.

The course fee does not include lunch on Monday.

Other Information

Maps, travel instructions and your course requirements will be sent to you on receipt of the balance of your fee.

All electrical equipment brought to the college must have a current electrical safety certificate. You will be asked to sign an undertaking that this has been done.

For those receiving in-service grants from colleges, please send the Textile Study Group your course fee then claim back a refund from your college.

Please note: Course fee insurance is your responsibility.

The Textile Study Group reserves the right to limit the participation in the course of any student.

In the exceptional circumstances of a tutor being unavailable the Textile Study Group reserves the right to replace them with another Textile Study Group tutor.


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