WELCOME TO CRAFT SOCIETY!
Keep yourself up to date with all our events and socials by joining our Facebook group and follow us on Instagram and Snapchat, follow: sussexcraftsoc
Come along and share your creative, crafty skills and ideas with us.
Our crafty creations include card-making, weaving, sculpture, sewing, tie-dye, cake decorating, painting and felt-making.......just to name a few!
We meet every week on Tuesday's from 6pm-8pm in Meeting Room 4, Falmer House. We will also be hosting socials throughout the year so make sure you like our facebook page so you can see all of the events happening throughout term.
You can either get our pay as you go membership and bring in £2 for each session you attend, or, buy our termly membership for £10 (£8 for buddy scheme members) and not have to bring any money to any of the craft sessions over this term!
We look forward to seeing you there!
(P.S. We are always looking for new things to make and do, so if you have any ideas please do let us know!)
Meet the Committee
Katerine - Welfare and Inclusivity Officer - Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, I am Katherine and I am Welfare and inclusivity officer for CraftSociety. I am here to make sure that everyone is enjoying their time at craft and that everyone gets any help they may need. I am always available to talk to at the sessions and am happy to meet outside of sessions for a chat about what I can do for you. I work with the rest of the committee and the Student Union to make sure craft is accessible to everyone and to encourage anyone and everyone to come along and join us.
Maddie Stewart - Vice President and Social Secretary
Hello!! As VP/Social Sec, I help to plan and run socials for the society, sometimes liaising with different societies to try out something new. We’re aiming to have a range of socials (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) each term and would love for you to come along to one and get to know you! Alongside this I help with running the society and working on branding and promoting the society to help get more members and even better craft activities.
Holly Wright - President - Contact: email@example.com
Hiya, I'm Holly and as president I make sure we run weekly craft sessions, trying to offer something new each time! I liase with the committee to make sure we are bringing our members as many craft opportunities as possible, running extra events and holding collaborative events with other societies. I also make sure our society is ticking of the Leaf Award Sceme criteria, in order to run our society efficiently and gain funding for the many craft resources we supply our members with. We love having new members come along each week so do feel free to pop into any session you'd like!
Leaf Reward Scheme
So far this Autumn Term we have been awarded the:
Bronze Inclusivity Leaf The Inclusivity Leaf is awarded to groups who have taken positive steps to increase the diversity of their membership and include as many members as possible. They have made specific efforts to include students that don’t traditionally engage, without ignoring or neglecting their current membership or other student groups.
Bronze Development Leaf The Development leaf is awarded to groups who have taken active steps to develop themselves, offer development opportunities to their members, build on the successes and failures of previous years and/or worked to maintain the high standards of previous years.
Bronze and Silver Social Leaf The Social leaf is awarded to groups who have taken active steps to include as many members as possible and regularly engage in various social activities, including those organised by - and with - other societies/sports clubs.
Bronze Communications Leaf The Communications Leaf is awarded to groups who communicate with their members and the student body regularly and in innovate ways.