In a nutshell

Where is it?
The stained glass taster day is held at Caryl's studio in Harrogate.

Length of experience
The Stained Glass Taster Course for Four People takes 6 hours including a half hour lunch break.

What you need to know
This is a group experience for adults only.

How much will it cost?
The Stained Glass Taster Course costs £540 for four people.

How to redeeem your voucher
Your e-voucher or gift box voucher will have a contact name and information about booking your experience. If you have any questions before booking please call 0800 772 0825.

The small print
Vouchers are valid for 6 months from date of purchase.

Stained Glass Taster Experience for Four People


Make a date to create stained glass together!

A creative day learning how to “play” with stained glass. You will be shown various techniques including learning to cut glass safely and competently, grinding glass, copper foiling and soldering. Using your new found skills you will produce a lovely piece to take home.

The cost includes all materials and tools you will need for the day. This is a small group activity allowing you to receive plenty of help and support throughout the day.

The price also includes lunch and tea, coffee and cakes from Betty’s in Harrogate.

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Group Stained Class Course led by Caryl HallettGroup Stained Glass Taster Experience

Our Group Stained Glass Taster Experience is run by stained glass artist Caryl Hallett.

Caryl was born and raised on the beautiful North Wales coast where as a girl she developed a passion for art and design – inspired by the local land and seascapes. Her upbringing sparked a lifelong interest in working with various tactile media including textiles, paint and eventually glass. After completing a degree at Loughborough University, she initially trained as a teacher but a move to Yorkshire at the beginning of the century prompted a career change and she forged a new role as a stained glass artist; completing various specialist glass making courses around the country and also working alongside a respected practitioner for a number of years before stepping out on her own in 2005.