Calligraphy Arts’ preparations about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
23rd July 2020:
Calligraphy Arts HQ is open
I am ready to start taking workshop bookings and holding calligraphy classes and workshops once more. All the equipment is sanitised before the start of any class and is solely yours to use throughout the lesson. Do contact me by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07818 250605 if you want to discuss any issues or need reassurance that eveything has been setup to ensure your safety when learning calligraphy.
I am really looking forward to welcoming you all back.
15th June 2020:
I am now able to start accepting bookings for Calligraphy Arts HQ workshops. (Leicester Forest East). There are spaces available for Thursday evening classes starting 18th June, going on to 9th July. You can see more available dates at https://calligraphyarts.co.uk/workshops/. Feel free to sign up to my newsletter for further updates.
12th May 2020:
Following on from the Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday 10th May, I am hoping to start workshops again in July. Please watch this space, c0me back soon or sign up to my newsletter for further updates.
15th March 2020
As the worldwide Coronavirus (COVID-19) problems continue to concern us all, I would like to let you know that I am monitoring the situation and listening to advice being provided by the government and Public Health England (PHE).
Our workshops are being cancelled and home visits are now unable to be accomodated.
You can still continue to shop online or contact me by telephone or email.
Don’t worry if you’ve already booked a workshop but feel you can’t attend – just let me know and we can re-schedule as appropriate or contact me for a refund.
If you are concerned about any booking or would like more information about any of our classes, then please call me 0116 2331850 or 07818 250605. Or email me email@example.com.
I will continue to monitor the situation and notify you of any updates on this page should they occur.
Just remember – “Keep Calm and Calligraphy On”.
Stay well and be kind,
Jane Lappage xxx