Join in the Coracle Boat Workshop (Part of Bàta Brèagha / Bonnie Boat Event)!

24 August 2011

Join in the Coracle Boat Workshop (Part of Bàta Brèagha / Bonnie Boat Event)!
   


BÀTA BRÈAGHA/BONNIE BOAT - Year of Scotland's Islands' Flagship Event - Isle of Skye

Crewed Coracle Workshop


Join the crew and build a 4-6 seater coracle to be part of the ATLAS Bàta Brèagha event on 10 Sept in Portree bay.

Taking the Spey coracle as her inspiration Heather Clyne will lead this workshop building a four-six  seater coracle. It will take place over a week in the grounds of Sabhal Mòr Ostaig and will become part of the ATLAS Bàta Brèagha event in Portree bay on September 10 as part of a gathering of coracles and other bonnie boats.

Heather is an experienced maker and will lead the workshop in Gaelic. If you don't have much or any Gaelic you are welcome especially if you are up for the challenge of working in a Gaelic environment.

You can book a place and come along on a daily basis, or on certain days and times to learn the process and be part of this unusual project or simply visit the site to observe.

FREE EVENT

Monday 5th - Friday 9th September

From 9am till late daily
Outdoors at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Sleat


All materials supplied but you may need; midge hood /repellent & waterproofs, snacks
Written instructions will be provided and will include an element of English.

To Book contact
email: admin@atlasarts.org.uk or  01470 532436
For more information phone: 07787 551847

 

    
          

 

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