The Cotswolds became an important centre for the Arts and Crafts Movement in the early
20th century. Craftsmen and women followed in William Morris' footsteps, whose country
home was at Kelmscott Manor, and settled in villages throughout the Cotswolds
and Gloucestershire. Broadway Village is well known for its Broadway Artists Group.
Leading Arts and Crafts practitioners were drawn to the Cotswolds by its rich craft tradition,
its accessibility to London and Oxford and by the cultivated charm of the Cotswold landscape.
Where better to learn an Arts and Crafts skill than in such an area steeped in the history
of craftmanship. Here we list those organisations offering the public such an invaluable
opportunty to learn these traditions.
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Arts and Crafts Tuition Courses
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