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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 and 5, 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 £12 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!)

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  • Craft Autumn Term Membership£12.00
  • Craft Pay As You Go Membership£0.00

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Activities Officer - Lucy Williams

Email: activities@sussexstudent.com
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

Societies Coordinator - Charlie Temperton

Email: charlie.t@sussexstudent.com
Phone: 01273 678625
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Activities Administrator (Societies) - Mike Wilkins

Email: mike.w@sussexstudent.com
Phone: 01273 873415
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

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