MAKE: Beeswax Wraps


June 15


06:00 pm - 09:00 pm

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Remakery: Frome

The Welsh Mill Hub Park Hill Drive, Frome, BA11 2LE

Frome, Somerset, GB, BA11 2LE

A welcoming, practical space for people aged 18-35(ish) to connect and create.
Use our workshop and materials. Thursdays 6-9pm. Free.

Come along to our weekly workshop space to connect and create.

It’s the Big Green Week, so this week we’ll be doing our bit to support you to be a little bit greener with this everyday kitchen essential – Beeswax wraps – we’ll provide equipment, but if you have some quilting weight cotton (lightweight) you would like to use then please bring that along. We’ll have a go at some vegan-friendly soy wax wraps too.

You’re also welcome to make use of our store of tools and materials to work on your own project or have a rummage and get inspired to start something new. Our team are on hand for guidance and to give you a warm welcome. And our urn is on for tea!

Make:Shed is a weekly creative workshop space for young adults aged 18-35(ish) from Frome and the surrounding area. See all upcoming sessions here or follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates.

You can book a ticket via eventbrite, or alternatively contact us via FB messenger or on 07434 667 373.

This is one of our tutor-led sessions, funded by Somerset Skills and Learning. It’s free for Somerset residents – we’ll just need you to complete a few forms for our funders. Check out our upcoming sessions at:

Cassie Morris

Cassie is Programme Lead for Make:Shed. She joined Edventure after taking part in the Edventure Start-Up course in 2019. She is passionate about reusing, reimagining and upcycling items that would otherwise be heading for landfill; making instead of buying, and bringing people together to inspire creativity, share skills, build confidence and improve wellbeing.

Cassie also runs Workshop, an enterprise project for The Pod, Frome.

Tutor: Amala Hermon

Amala is an Artist Educator based in Frome, Somerset. Amala teaches across a range of disciplines including experimental drawing, printmaking & textiles. She runs Tabula Rasa – a small teaching studio offering 1:1 tutoring supporting teenagers, adults and home educators with their creative practice.

Amala is passionate about lifelong and community learning and has worked with Edventure since 2019.