Chocolate Making Workshops
Any vouchers expired during lockdown have until Dec 30th 2020 to attend a workshop.
Chocolate making workshops for 10 - 110 year olds to learn how to make your own professional chocolates in Bristol. Heaven for any chocoholic! Make a happy memory. Improves mental health.
Address: The Old Malthouse, 43, Kent Road, Congresbury, Bristol BS49 5BD Parking is residential and free. The workshop is situated behind my house. The Old Malthouse is "custard yellow" and sits on the corner of Kent Road and Southlands Way. Please respect our neighbours when parking. Please do not obstruct neighbours drives or park in front of windows blocking light. Thank you in advance.
Arriving by bus: Take the X1 from Bristol bus station or outside the Hippodrome Theatre. Alight at the end of Kent Road by The Congresbury Arms Take a two minute walk to us.
Arriving by train: Yatton is our nearest train station. A 15 minute journey from Bristol Templemeads. There are limited trains stopping at Yatton from London Paddington/Taunton/Exeter. We are a 30/35 minute easy walk from Yatton train station passing cafes and Cabury Hilton Hotel and Cadbury Garden Centre along the way.
Taxis: CPM Miles, seats six 07767 892068 or Howard. Aldwick Estate mini bus, seats 8 07954 168186
Accessibility and Disabilities: We welcome anyone in wheelchairs or with disabilities during quieter classes Monday - Friday. There is just one step into the workshop. The workshop and bathroom is on one level. If you are attending a weekend class please discuss your additional needs in order to make sure that you are booked onto a quiet workshop so that you to get maximum enjoyment with minimum fuss.
During the week we can offer private small workshops for practically any disability. Whether it is blindness, Parkinson's, dementia, autism to list but a handful of disabilities - we will do our utmost to make your workshop dreams a reality. We want our workshops and the joy they bring to be accessed by anyone with a disability (aged 10 plus or appropriate age for the disability). We aim to support good mental health for not only the person with a disability but their carer too. Consider your time here an escape from reality.
Our escape from reality experience is a way of making a special memory and if we can help you to achieve this, then we will have done a good job!
Advance site visits to familiarise anxious customers is no problem, please book a mutually convenient time to visit.