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Trinitage Box Workshop Rescheduled



The last workshop for the Trinitage Box had to be postponed due to unforseen circumstances. I will therefore run the workshop again at a later date. So if you couldn't make it  before and would like to come along just let me know. If you have already purchased a kit and would like to come along and make the box on the day you are more than welcome to do that too...no extra charge, just bring your complete kit with you. 

I have yet to finalize a date for this workshop but it will be on a Sunday or a Saturday afternoon.
Cost - $25

Bookings are essential as places are limited.
Please email me kookacft@bigpond.com to book your place.


Tea, Coffee & Biscuits will be available for morning or afternoon tea
& sandwiches supplied for lunch.



If you are unable to attend in person but would like a kit please contact me and I can arrange a kit to be posted to you. I will even post overseas for the cost of the kit plus a small postage fee.




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