ASPIRING jewellers are invited to join a beginners course at Kidderminster Library.

'Jewellery Making for Beginners' will teach the basic techniques to create a variety of different pieces of jewellery.

Attendees will explore how to work with beads and how to use hand tools to manipulate wire in a variety of different ways.

The course will take place at Kidderminster Library every Monday, between 10am and 12.30pm, from Monday (September 18) until Monday, October 16.

The course is suitable for anyone aged 19 and over. A place on the course costs £56.25, though concessions are available for those on JSA, ESA or tax credits.

Juliette Matczak, library customer advisor, said: "'Jewellery Making for Beginners' will be a really fun and interesting course, perfect for anybody who wants to get into jewellery making as a hobby, or even a business.

"This is just one of many adult learning courses across a wide variety of topics and I would everybody to get online and check out the range of courses to find the one that is perfect for you."

To book online or for more information, visit

Alternatively, call Kidderminster Library on 01905 822722.