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Fabric Printing Workshop with Lovely Lydia

Join us at University Arms hotel on Friday 31st May, 2-4:30pm, for a fabric printing workshop with Lovely Lydia.

  • 31st May 2024 - 31st May 2024
  • 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

This is the perfect and fun way to try out printing to textiles – a workshop aimed at exploring and playing, with a tea towel and tote you’ve printed yourself to take home. It’s a really laid back and accessible way to try out fabric printing and leave with two unique handprinted pieces- everyone will ask where you got them! A great workshop to enjoy with a friend as an afternoon out this May half-term.

Lydia, ‘Lovely Lydia, is a fabric printer, maker, dressmaker from the Suffolk Coast and runs her own microbusiness printing and making personal and home accessories. With her experience and guidance you’ll spend the afternoon printing with a huge range of wooden printing blocks and linocut designs, with a rainbow of paint colours to experiment with. You can explore her work here: https://lovelylydia.co.uk/

Tea and coffee will be provided throughout the workshop and all attendees will receive a 25% discount on lunch, dinner or Afternoon Tea in Parker’s Tavern.(Bookings will need to be made by contacting the restaurant directly on 01223 606266, hello@parkerstavern.com or visiting www.parkerstavern.com)

T&Cs: Fully refundable if cancelled by the 28th May 2024, 50% thereafter. There is a grace period of 15 minutes, for those who arrive after this grace period, their ticket will become non-refundable. Not suitable for children under 8 years of age.


  • Accessibility Guide
  • Air conditioned
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Bar
  • Cloakroom facilities
  • Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • Luggage storage
  • Restaurant
  • Resturant
  • wheelchair access
  • WI-FI
  • WIFI

Accessibility Facilities

  • Accessibility Guide
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Designated wheelchair public toilet
  • Staff available to assist
  • Wheel chair accessible

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University of Cambridge celebrated its 800th anniversary in 2009.