Stained Glass | Make a Leaded Light Panel Workshop

Course Type: Adult leisure and hobby, Open to international students Campus: West Durrington Campus

Why this course?

Stained glass

Make a beautiful traditional leaded light panel to hang in your window or put into a frame (not provided).  No experience is necessary and all materials are provided.

Learn how to cut glass safely and confidently, how to cut lead and what sizes to use, and how to solder a traditional stained glass panel.


Tutor: Naomi Frances



Start dates

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Code Start Campus Times Duration Fees ?
CL0129-1C 24 Oct 2020 West Durrington Saturday 10am - 4pm 1 day £54.00

Why the MET?

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (MET) was created from the merger of City College Brighton and Northbrook College. It draws on 150 years of heritage, history and experience. We operate across five campuses in Brighton, Shoreham and Worthing, and teach around 7,500 adult learners.

Our experienced teaching staff are passionate about their areas of expertise and are committed to helping you to attain your learning goals and meet your personal aims. Whatever your chosen subject, we have the facilities to ensure you get the most out of your learning experience.

Why the MET?

What shall I bring?

An oil filled glass cutter (, and a traditional lead knife. Please wear old warm clothes (workshop can be cold) and/or an apron and closed toed shoes. There are vending machines for hot and cold drinks, but do bring a packed lunch as the canteen will be closed.

What shall I bring?

Open events

We run various open events throughout the year to enable you to come in to the College, see our facilities and speak with our staff.

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Course costs

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Other ways to enrol

You can also enrol by calling 01273 667704 or in person at our Central Brighton or West Durrington Campuses.

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