Cambridge Makers

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Cambridge Makers is the collective name for Cambridge Art Makers and Cambridge Woodwind Makers - two organisations dedicated to encouraging all kinds of making, predominantly through expert led courses. Based in Linton.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • allowing yourself time and space for creative play and making is a great way to unwind;
  • it creates connections with like minded people;
  • learning new skills keeps your brain healthy!

“Such a lovely supportive creative space to learn and be in!”

Visiting Cambridge Makers:

What to expect

Cambridge Art Makers and Cambridge Woodwind Makers offer a range of weekly and short courses – there’s something for most interests and abilities from instrument making to dressmaking, jewellery and silversmithing, stained glass and working with fabrics and textiles.

Courses are run by expert tutors, mostly practising arts and craftspeople. The well equipped workshop and studio spaces are the perfect environment to get creative. Groups are kept small so you get plenty of hands-on support and time.

More information

Classes and workshops need to be booked in advance via the website.

The venue is on two floors and is not wheelchair accessible but there is a lift – find out more about access on their accessibility page ( . There are toilets and a kitchen for course participants to use.

All tools, materials and tuition are provided as are tea, coffee and biscuits. For some courses you may need a packed lunch. Information for participants is available on this link.

All courses and workshops should be paid for in advance when you book. For details visit the website.

There are two open days a year that are free to attend.

How to contact

Where to go

6 Lintech Ct
Cambridge CB21 4XN

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