MAKE: Open Shed


July 18


06:00 pm - 09:00 pm

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Make:Shed Frome


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.

Every week, we’ll have a new project on the go that you can join in with.

🪚 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 workshop & community for young adults (18-35-ish) in Frome and surrounding areas. It’s a safe, welcoming space for you to be yourself, connect with others and express your creativity. We’re here every Thursday! See all upcoming sessions here or follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates.

You can book a ticket via Eventbrite for free, orcontact us via FB messenger or on 07434 667 373.

This is an open Make:Shed Session. We also run tutor-led Make:Shed sessions, funded by Somerset Skills and Learning with everything from Pottery to Woodwork. They are free for Somerset residents – we’ll just need you to complete a few forms for our funders. Check them out at:

📍 Find us at the Remakery in the Edventure Hub, Frome, BA11 5DF

Tutor: Cassie Morris

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

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

Tutor: Amala Finch

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.

Accessibility notice :

Due to the age and design of the building, the Edventure Hub is impossible to access for wheeled users, and we apologise for this. The Edventure Hub is accessed via two short flights of stairs (around 12 steps in total with a turn). There is no lift available. There is no accessible toilet. Fire Exits in the building are stairs.

We are currently trying to sort bike lock-up racks at the Edventure Hub, so bike parking is limited to you locking up to the sturdy blue iron gate to the left as you arrive.

Please contact us to discuss access needs and we will do our best to help.