The plan is to meet for supper in the evening of Sunday 19 March.
Then from Monday to Friday there will be workshop sessions each morning and another at the end of the afternoon. We have dinner together every evening in different eating places in and around Corsham. The course ends with the final dinner on Friday 24 March.
Corsham is an attractive small town in the south Cotswolds, surrounded by good walking country. Many fine buildings attest to its mediaeval prosperity from the wool trade, and later, the quarrying
of Bath Stone. Corsham Court, an Elizabethan stately home is well worth visiting for its impressive picture collection including a Betrayal of Christ by Van Dyke and an Annunciation
by Fillippo Lippi, Chippendale’s largest delivery of furniture, Adam decorations and a park, with public access, landscaped by Capability Brown.
You arrange your own accommodation. Corsham
has a range of places to stay: bed and breakfast houses in the town or surrounding countryside, pubs, comfortable hotels, self-catering cottages and the spare rooms of local supporters of the course. We will send you a list when
you have accepted a place. The nearest railway stations are Chippenham and Bradford-on-Avon (the hyphens are necessary if you are dealing with it on the internet); National Express coaches from London Victoria and Heathrow stop on
the edge of the town, making Heathrow as convenient an airport as Bristol.
FEES AND ENROLMENTThe fee for the course is £445: a
deposit of £205 or the equivalent in euros on registration (this will be returned in full if you have to withdraw before 1 January after that you may hold it over to another course) and £240 by 1 February. The fee includes payment
for the course booklet, which will be sent to you in advance but not travel; meals or accommodation. To enrol, just email us and include the information listed below, or if we already know it just let us know that you would like to come. We will then send you details of how you may pay the deposit.