Learn More: Put a ring on it

Learn More: Put a ring on it

Ever wanted to own a piece of jewellery truly unique to you? Well now you can on a Jewellery Moves workshop in Hampshire, Wiltshire or Berkshire.

Young woman learning how to make jewellery

These laid-back pop-up events take place in a variety of venues, from atmospheric wine bars to cosy country pubs and coffee shops. Teaching you traditional craftsmanship and jewellery-making skills, by the end of the three-hour class you’ll have fashioned up your very own keepsake trinket – whether it’s a pair of earrings, bangle or necklace – to take home with you. 

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Jewellery Moves

More things to do on your Microgap

Scour ingredients for your perfect jam

Baskets for foraging

With Naked Jam, you can forage for fruits in the gardens before taking your finds to the kitchen to cook up a conserve made with a combination of traditional methods and lots of imagination.

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Naked Jam, Hampshire

Graze on a long lunch

Gastro-pub Bridge Street House brings you mouth-watering dishes using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The menu is varied and seasonal – think croquettes and pan-roasted duck breast.

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Bridge Street House, Winchester

Sip on smoking cocktails

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Settle down in fictional feline Chadwick Smithfield’s fanciful abode, housed in a stunning 850-year-old hospital, for a taste of one of his weird and wonderful concoctions. The menu is 28 pages long, so you could be here for a while.

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Incognito, Winchester
02 Oct 2019(last updated)