Our Early Spring 2024 Tuesday Evening “Intermediate” DIY Club begins on Tuesday 27th February.
For this term, we will be running an Intermediate DIY Club. This is at the request of previous DIY Club participants who felt that they would like to move onto the next level.
The Intermediate DIY Club will run for a 5-week term up until April 2nd. There will be no class on March 12th. (Please note that the price includes all 5 Sessions)
Sessions will start at 6.30pm, but the format is very relaxed, so feel free to turn up when you are ready. We aim to finish the sessions between 8.30 and 9pm.
The DIY clubs are to provide you with an opportunity to learn and practise new skills. We have a wide-range of tools, and lots of space to practise in.
The Intermediate DIY Club is aimed at people who already have some practical experience. If you feel that you are a complete DIY Beginner, we recomend that you attend one of our Nailing it! DIY Fundamentals Courses or Beginners DIY Clubs first. This will give you all the DIY confidence you need to get the most out of the DIY Clubs.
The next beginners DIY Club will be running in April 2024. We will be posting dates very soon.
bePractical DIY Clubs are aimed at people with a little bit of practical experience. If you feel that you are a complete DIY Beginner, we recommend that you attend one of our Nailing it! DIY Fundamentals Courses first. This will give you all the DIY confidence you need to get the most out of the DIY Clubs. We are trying to run as many Nailing it! courses as we can, so that we help you learn those all important basic skills as quickly as possible
What we provide…..
We will provide all materials, tools etc. However, if you want to bring along your own tools, ongoing projects etc. then feel free to do so.
We also have hot drinks – tea, coffee etc. Feel free to bring your own additional refreshments, if you want to.
What should you bring with you …..
We recommend that you wear old clothing, and sturdy shoes.
If you would like to bring your own PPE (Personal Protectve Equipment), please feel free to do so. We will provide PPE, but we know that some people would prefer to use their own. (We suggest that you mark them up with your name, so that you can identify them)
Find bePractical DIY Workshop
Access to the the bePractical DIY Workshop is via the front door, in the Brislington Hill parade of shops. The shop has been been cunningly hidden behind the large scaffolding installation currently surrounding Gilton House. Head towards St Peter’s Hospice Shop, and you will see bePractical DIY Workshop just on the left, behind the scaffolding.
There is free parking to the rear of our DIY workshop, accessed from Glenarm Walk.
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Getting to bePractical DIY Courses by Public Transport
X39/39 – Bristol Bus Station to Bath City Centre (via Temple Meads)
96 – Hengrove Park to Brislington Sq/West Town Lidl
178 – Bristol to Radstock
349 – Bristol Bus Station to Keynsham (via Temple Meads)
435 – Bristol to Keynsham
514 – Brislington
668 – Bristol to Peasedown St John
A4 – Airdecker (Bristol Airport to Bath)
Can be taken to Brislington Hill
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Starting 28th February 2024
6.30pm - 8.30pm
Running until 27th March