The Mill Arts Centre reopens to public with workshops launching next week
The Mill Arts Centre in Banbury reopened to the public this week, which includes its cafe and gallery.
The Café Bar and box office are open 10am-4pm, Monday-Saturday for hot and cold drinks and light refreshments.
The centre's autumn term of classes and workshops start from Monday September 7.
See the following web link for more details of weekly classes and one-day workshops: https://www.themillartscentre.co.uk/classes-workshops/
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Events can be booked online at any time through the centre's website here: https://www.themillartscentre.co.uk/
The Mill Arts Centre is making sure all safety procedures are followed as they reopen to the public.
They have introduced a whole host of additional safety measures to ensure customers, students and staff are safe.
Some of the safety measures include:
- Additional regular cleaning schedules
- Socially distanced room layouts – we’ve relocated larger class groups to the theatre so there’s plenty of space to stay two metres apart
- Building one-way/directional system and allocated toilet facilities
- PPE for staff and tutors
- Reduced class sizes
If anyone would like to know more about the safety measures in place people can contact the centre through the following email: [email protected]
Live events remain suspended until September 30. The centre is working to re-configure their programme and to ensure they only open when they can guarantee the safety of staff, customers and artists.
Ticket holders will be contacted about affected events.