🕐 Wednesday, November 13, 2019
🏢 Zero Waste Hub, 22 Bread Street, EH3 9AF
Wednesday 13th November: Soap making workshop: level 1 making a basic soap
In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn the basics of how to make your own soap. Our skilled facilitator will guide you through the process in small groups and will be on hand to answer any questions you have. At the end you’ll get to take away your very own basic soap bar!
Please bring along your own mold of choice (such as a silicone mold from a home crafts store such as Ali’s Cave or a clean plastic container such as an old butter tub or soft cheese tub). The mold should be max. 8-10cm in diameter. Don’t worry if you can’t find a mold of your own - we will have some spare ones at the workshop. Please also note that you will need to keep the soap (in its mold) flat when you transport it home, so you need a suitable bag to carry it (or be able to just carry it by hand).
Workshops will be held in our fabulous Zero Waste Hub in central Edinburgh and will have a maximum of 12 participants.
Our Home Crafting Workshops, facilitated by a skilled volunteer, will teach you how to make products such as soap, kefir and cheese from scratch and with a zero waste focus. The workshops will be fully interactive, encouraging you to get involved with the process and have lots of fun! You’ll come away with your own creation and a new skill!
£7 (SHRUB Coop members £5)
Join us again on Monday 20th November for our Soap making workshop: level 2 getting creative with your soap
The Zero Waste Hub is on ground floor with a wheelchair accessible entrance, accessible and gender neutral toilet. There are disabled parking bays on both parallel streets, East Fountainbridge and Grindlay Street. If you have further questions regarding accessibility, please contact the Zero Waste Hub on 0131 281 0583.
Zero Waste Hub, 22 Bread Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9AF
There is space to lock up your bike on the corner of Lothian Road and Bread Street, by Cost Cutters.
Lothian Road routes: 47, 24, 10, 11, 15, 16, 36, 1, 34, 124
Grassmarket route: 2
SHRUB Coop is funded through the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund and the European Regional Development Fund. We’re grateful for all their support. Find out more about our funders by clicking on the logos above.