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Date(s) - Friday, 16 November 2018
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

London Glassblowing Gallery


“London Glassblowing” was founded in 1976 and is one of Europe’s most successful hot glass studios and galleries, with a reputation for its particular use of colour, form and texture. We have arranged a guided visit in which we will see at close quarters a little of how it is done, as this ancient magical art unfolds before us.

Facilities: Toilets but no onsite café. There is a wide selection of cafes and restaurants on Bermondsey Street and the surrounding area, which has become a food and culture hub.
Times: 10.50 for 11.00 start from the reception area. The conducted visit will last about an hour.
Travel: The gallery is a little over 10 minutes walk from London Bridge Tube Station.( Tooley Street or St. Thomas Street leads in to Bermondsey Street)
Cost: £3 per person (to charity.)
Booking: Essential. Early application advisable. Please use a booking form (or send a note with the required details) and your cheque.

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