A Community Arts Project by Thread and Press CIC and funded through the Stronger Together Fund provided by the East Riding VCSE network. FREE online and in-person and creative workshops for residents of the East Riding of Yorkshire

What is the Wish You Were Here Project?

The Wish You Were Here project was created to help communities across the East Riding find safe and enjoyable ways to connect and ease social isolation. The project provides FREE workshops for residents across the county, to work on exciting, creative projects using a range of creative processes. Sessions will be run in-person* and online, or you can work on your own artwork independently at home to submit via email.

Our project missions are to:

• To create safe, supportive and creative environments and to allow participants to experience the positive benefits of creativity in supporting positive mental health

• To reduce feelings of isolation, disconnection or loneliness during the month ahead for those in more rural communities

• To create connections between communities in times of reduced opportunity for social interaction.


Sessions will run for all ages (adults and children) and will be offered at varied times throughout the day, including school holidays. We will scan and photograph artwork created in our sessions to turn into postcards and send to residents across the county (those working on the project independently can send these to us by email), You will also get the opportunity to write an anonymous message of support to be used on the back of one of our postcards. Anyone can sign up to receive a postcard and share in the wonderful support you can provide to each other. The final work will be compiled into a digital exhibition and narrative of the project, which we will share via social media. We hope that this project will encourage residents to use creativity as a way to find positive structure in the winter months and use safe and supportive sessions as a way to ease social isolation and build resilience. Thread and Press CIC are a not-for-profit arts organisation, established to serve the East Riding of Yorkshire and surrounding counties. We work to provide exciting, creative opportunities and encourage participation in the arts.


*In-person sessions will run subject only to appropriate government guidance at the time of the sessions

What Artwork do I need to create?

You can create any artwork that you feel would bring happiness, joy or support to another. This could be artwork of a place, a person, animal or story. It could be from observation or from the imagination.


We ask that artwork is created in the proportions of a postcard (rectangular) so that this can be easily transferred to postcard format. You can use any medium of your choice! Paint, pencil, textiles, print... or you could make a sculpture and send us a photograph!


We don’t need to keep final artwork although we do need a good quality photograph or scan (if you are attending one of our free sessions, we can photograph this in the session) Our sessions will address different themes like landscapes, portraits, narrative... but you are free to create artwork to any positive theme of your choice (please, no politics or controversial topics - we want to keep this about support and happiness). Please make sure all artwork is your own and from your own sources or sources with permission.


How do I get Involved?

You can get involved by:


  • Signing up for one of our FREE IN-PERSON* sessions (all materials provided) - places strictly limited to East Riding residents, one adult and one child participant per household.      

  • Signing up to one of our ONLINE sessions - places strictly limited and limited to East Riding residents, one adult and one child participant per household.            

  • Creating your own artwork and emailing it to us as threadandpress@gmail.com (with your optional message of support to an anonymous recipient)           

  • Signing up to to receive a FREE 30 min artist support session ONLINE.

  • Signing up to receive a postcard featuring one of the amazing artworks created (you do not need to be submitting artwork to do this, anyone in the East Riding of Yorkshire is welcome to sign up to receive)

  • Watching and providing feedback on our Digital Exhibition of work. Release details to follow...

Timeline of Events

  • Project Launch - Monday 7th December

  • Sessions begin w/c 11th January 2021

  • Sessions end by 28th February 2021

  • Deadline to submit individual artwork by 28th February 2021

  • Digital Exhibition launch by end March 2021 (date tbc)

  • Physical exhibition - date TBC

Online Sessions


Online sessions will be run via Zoom, an internet connection is required. We supply materials and equipment to use. Places are strictly limited and you will be asked to provide an address for delivery of your kit. Places limited to one session per household in the first instance (we can add you to a waiting list for additional sessions). Terms and conditions apply, please read these before booking. Courses are entirely free but we do provide an option of donate if you wish. Donation link at the bottom of the page. 

Slippers That Talk - Messages of Support -ONLINE (ADULTS)

Make your own fantastic slippers with a message of support. Great to make as a gift for a loved one. Own sewing machine required. Suitable for those with some very basic understanding of how to use their sewing machine or for more advanced sewers. All materials and threads provided FREE.

Course for: Adults (ages 13+ with accompanying adult)

Date and time: Tuesday 9th February (Adults) 6pm - 8.30pm via Zoom - NEW LISITNG, A FEW PLACES

SESSION FULL: Date and time: Monday 11th January 2021, 10am -1pm via Zoom

SESSION FULL: Date and time: Tuesday 9th February 2021, 6 - 9pm via Zoom - NOW RUNNING ONLINE

SESSION FULL: Date and time: Thursday 11th February 2021, 6pm - 9pm via Zoom

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page 

Portraits (People) - Drawing ONLINE 

COURSE FULL (ADULTS) - A session for adults that teaches how to draw faces with correct proportions and creative methods to illustrate wonderful portraits. A FREE drawing pack provided. 

Session for: Adults (ages 16 - 18 with parental permission)

Date and time: Tuesday 12th January 2021, 6.30pm - 8.30pm

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

COURSE FULL (CHILDREN) A brilliant session which teaches children how to draw faces using accurate proportions. Create a self-portrait or a drawing of a friend or family member. A great FREE drawing material pack provided to use and keep. *Younger learners may need adult support. 

Session for: Ages 6-14 years*

Date and time: Saturday 16th January 2021, 10am - 12 noon

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

Fabric Origami - ONLINE (CHILDREN)

A children's course that shows young people how to use fabrics to fold and make beautiful flowers that can be used for many purposes. All FREE materials and equipment provided (except scissors)  *Parental support will be required with younger learners. 

Session for: Ages 7 - 14 years*

SESSION FULL: Date and time: Saturday 23rd January 2021, 10am - 1pm

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

Date and time: Friday 19th February, 10am - 12.30pm - NOW RUNNING ONLINE

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

Mixed-Media Artwork - Everyday Objects ONLINE (ADULTS AND FAMILIES) 

SESSION FULL: FAMILY SESSION: Create amazing drawings of everyday objects using a mixed-media approach. An extremely creative session for children and families which encourages experimental exploration. A FREE mixed-media pack provided, plus suggestions of where to get your own resources from the kitchen cupboards. 

Session for: Families, ages 5+ (Adult supervision required. One booking per family)

Date and time: Sunday 24th January 2021, 10am - 12.30pm via Zoom

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

SESSION FULL: ADULT SESSION: Create amazing drawings of everyday objects using a mixed-media approach. Extremely creative and encourages experimental exploration. A range of materials and equipment will be provided to use in this exciting session. 

Session for: Adults (ages 16-18 with parental permission)

Date and time: Tuesday 19th January 2021, 10am - 12 noon



SESSION FULL: Children: A children's wet felt-making course in two parts. Part 1 is using merino fleece to create a felt image of an animal or place. Part 2 is using hand embroidery to decorate and embellish. A superb FREE felt-making and hand-embroidery kit is provided. *Support will be required for younger learners. 

Session for: Ages 7-14 years*

Date and time: Part One: Tuesday 2nd February 2021, 4.30pm - 5.30pm

Part Two: Sunday 7th February 2021, 10am - 12 noon

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

SESSION FULL: Adults: Learn to use wet-felting methods to draw a beautiful image. A needle felt kit is provided to use after the session to add to your image. 

Session for: Adults (ages 16-18 with parental permission)

Date and time: Saturday 30th January 2021, 10am - 12 noon NOW RUNNING ONLINE

Location: Online via Zoom

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page


Families: A fun activity for a mixture of ages. Use relief printing methods to experiment and print with a range of unusual surfaces and natural forms. A kit of materials is provided.

Session for: Families, ages 4+ (Adult supervision required. One booking per family)

Date and time: Thursday 18th February 2021, 2pm - 4pm

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page


SESSION FULL: Adults:  Explore lino printing to create wonderful lino -printed artworks of nature. A brilliant kit of materials and equipment provided.

Session for: Adults (ages 16-18 with parental permission)

Date and time: Wednesday 27th January 10am - 12 noon

Location: Online via Zoom

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

COURSE FULL: Wet and Dry Monoprinting ONLINE

An adult course that explores the wet ink and dry ink monoprinting from your own images of places, people or the world around you. A fantastic FREE monoprinting kit provided for each learner to use at home.  

Session for: Adults (ages 13+ with parental supervision)

Date and time: Sunday 21st February 2021, 10am - 12 noon

Location: Online via Zoom

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page


Adults: A new online session exploring dry-monoprinting with carbon paper, ink and watercolours. Produces a wonderful effect and great for those who are still building confidence in their drawing skills but wish to explore new media.

Session for: Adults (ages 13+ with parental permission

Date and time: Thursday 4th February 10am - 12 noon

Location: Online via Zoom

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

Embroidery and Fabric Collage ONLINE (ADULTS AND CHILDREN)

Children: Using pieces of fabric, drawing and stitch, young learners will experiment in creating a story or narrative using textiles and drawing methods combined. Extremely creative and a FREE kit of all materials provided. *Younger learners may require adult support.

Session for: Ages 8 - 16 years

Date and time: Saturday 27th February 2021, 10am - 1pm

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

Adults: NOW RUNNING ONLINE Using pieces of fabric, drawing and stitch, learners will experiment in creating a story of events, objects, animals or narrative using either free-motion machine embroidery (if you have your own machine that can offer this function) and applique combined, or using hand sewing methods. A kit of materials (not sewing machines) are provided. 

Session for: Adults (ages 16-18 with parental permission)

Location: Online via Zoom

Date and time: Wednesday 24th February 2021, 6.30pm - 9pm 

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

Stencil-printed Pencil Cases ONLINE (Children)  - NEW SESSION

A unique and exciting opportunity to explore stencil printing (no knives used, but children will need their own paper scissors to use) to make your own personally designed and printed pencil case with a hopeful message! Great as a gift or to keep. You can also embellish with buttons too! Pencil cases will come pre-sewn, so they're ready to decorate. A great course to do at home, all materials provided (Please note this session uses permanent fabric inks and a suitable workspace/protective apron is also required. Younger learners may need support throughout)

Session for: Children ages 7 - 16 years

Date and time: Tuesday 16th February 2021 10am - 12 noon

Location: Online via Zoom - NEW SESSION

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

Cushion with a Message ONLINE (Children)  - NEW SESSION

A fantastic alternative to the slipper session that can be easily achieved at home, this online course will show young learners how to hand-sew and personalise their own cushion, with a thoughtful and personally selected hand-stitched message. A great sewing kit and all materials provided (you will need to provide some scissors that can cut thin fabric) Younger learners may need some supervision. 

Session for: Children ages 8 - 16 years

Date and time: Thursday 18th February 2021 10am - 1pm

Location: Online via Zoom - NEW SESSION

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

Pet or Animal Portraits ONLINE (Adults)  - NEW SESSION

Explore drawing techniques to create pet or animal portraits. Experiment with techniques to create exciting or lifelike artworks. A brilliant drawing session for adults, a kit is provided. 

Session for: Adults (ages 13+ with parental permission)

Date and time: Saturday 13th February 10am - 12 noon

Location: Online via Zoom - ONE PLACE LEFT!

To book this session complete the Wish You Were Here booking form  near the bottom of the page

In-person Sessions

Unfortunately, due to recent lockdown restrictions, all of our in-person sessions have been transferred into online courses. Some sessions may run as planned, but online. Other sessions may have changed. All listings are now in the online section above. 

Booking Form - Wish You Were Here Sessions

We can only process bookings that have submitted a booking form. If you have issues with this form, please call us on 07919404498 / 07547663453 or email us at threadandpress@gmail.com

Please note that completion of this form does not provide a confirmed place and you will be contacted with an email to confirm if a place is available

Want to Receive a Postcard of Artwork?

If you would like a postcard of artwork to be sent to your address, please sign up using this form.  If you have issues with this form, please call us on 07919404498 / 07547663453 or email us at threadandpress@gmail.com

Sign up here to receive a Postcard of Artwork

Although our courses for this project are free, some learners ask for the opportunity to donate. This is entirely optional, and any funds donated would be used only for this project to provide additional sessions or resources. If you do wish to donate you can do so via our GoFundMe link by clicking here:

Terms and Conditions


Bookings are taken on a first-come-first served basis although we reserve the right to offer priority to those within a 10 mile location of any in-person course. Those who wish to book outside of this radius will be notified if places are available within two weeks of the course start date. 

Places are only available to those who reside in the East Riding of Yorkshire to meet the requirements of our funding offer. If we believe that the information given is false, we reserve the right to withdraw any places offered. 

Any artwork submitted should be your own work and should not infringe copyright laws. Source images should be used with permissions. We take no responsibility for any copyright infringements.


Images used to describe courses are for illustration purposes only and may not reflect the exact outcome produced.  

Bookings are limited to one per household, unless places remain free within one week of the session start date, at which point we can accept multiple bookings from a household. For family sessions, one family count as one booking. We request that you provide the ages of all participants for family sessions to enable us to provide age-appropriate resources.  If you submit more than one booking form for a household, we can add you to a waiting list and if places don't fill prior to the session we can offer you a place. We prioritise those who have not attended any other session, then by the number of sessions attended and then we work through the list in order of first forms received. 

Online classes will require access to an internet connection and Zoom. We will provide a Zoom code to all participants prior to the course start date. We cannot repeat any sessions in the event of a failed internet connection or issues beyond the control of Thread and Press CIC. 

In-person sessions will only run subject to guidance at the time of the session. We will always notify you within 24 hours of the start date of a course if the course cannot run. We reserve the right to change venues or dates if necessary and we will always advise you of this prior to the course start date. 

We request that all bookings fill in the booking forms in full. If you do not submit the information required we may be unable to send you a kit (online courses) or admit you to an in-person session (see Track and Trace Covid Guidance below).

If you book a place, you are confirming that you have every intention to attend the course. Places are limited and if you do not attend, the place is restricted from use by another. However, we fully appreciate that circumstances can change, If you cannot attend an online or in-person session please let us know at the earliest opportunity so we can offer the place elsewhere. PLEASE ONLY BOOK A PLACE IF YOU AGREE TO COMMIT TO ATTENDING TO YOUR BEST KNOWLEDGE. 

Sessions are funded and therefore entirely free. We appreciate that some learners may wish to make a donation. We will set up a donation link which is entirely optional. Any donations used will only be used for the purposes of running additional sessions within this project or for providing additional creative resources for use within this project. Details of how any donations have been spent can be provided at the end of the project, on request. 

In the unlikely event that we need to change venue , we will do our best to seek an alternative venue. We cannot guarantee a location near to the original venue. 

We reserve the right to transfer in-person courses online if appropriate. Anyone booked onto an in--person course that needs to transfer online will be given the option to join this session as priority. 

Our courses are dependent on attendee numbers to run. We reserve the right to cancel a course before the start date if we do not get enough numbers to run the course. 

Places are strictly limited in number and we cannot change our allocation. 

By creating artwork on our course, you agree to use using your artwork in our project and printing this onto postcards to send within the community. Artwork should be anonymous. 

By submitting a message of support, you agree to use using your message in our project and printing this onto postcards to send within the community. Messages should be anonymous. 

By providing your address to receive a postcard, you agree to use sending you a postcard of artwork. We do not share your address with any third party. Details are stored as per our privacy policy below. We only provide one postcard per household. 

If you submit original artwork, we cannot return it. We can however arrange for you to collect at a mutually convenient time/location as appropriate, at our discretion. 

We like to record video footage or take photos at out sessions. We would always seek your consent prior to doing this if any footage would include your personal appearance or image. For sessions for Under 18s, we would always seek permission from a parent or guardian prior to the event before filming or taking photographs. If you agree to us using your image or appearance in our footage, you agree to us using this in our digital exhibition which will be used in the public domain. 

By attending one of our sessions, you agree to completion of the tasks set to the best of your ability and that you will complete a short evaluation at the end of the session, either by email, by Surveymonkey, on paper or by sound recording. Evaluation is important for our project so that we can determine the impact the project has had and whether objectives have been met.

Resources are given to you for use in our sessions. We do not expect you to return any materials or equipment provided in online sessions. We do retain all excess materials and equipment for in-person sessions. If you receive a kit and then find you cannot attend your sessions, we ask you to use your discretion as to whether you return this to us. We ask that you still complete any artwork for the project outside the session if possible, as we welcome work to be completed outside of the sessions. 

We take no responsibility for any artwork that is posted to use and is damaged, lost or affected as a result of the postage service used. We suggest any artwork that holds any value to you is sent (at your cost) by an insured postal service. Alternatively, we welcome artwork to be submitted by email.


COVID 19 - UPDATE as of 06/12/20

Each venue will have specific requirements and guidelines inline with Government guidance on Covid-19. These will be explained to you at the time of booking. We also have copies of a risk assessment which you are welcome to view, if you choose to. Please be assured we have systems and procedures in pace to ensure adequate social distancing, cleanliness and hygiene. 

As of September, the government have announced that some venues in England will require adults and children aged 11 or over to wear face coverings  (unless exempt for medical reasons). As per the Department of Education Out of School Guidance, we request that children aged 11 or over wear face coverings when in communal areas (not applicable in learning rooms). We will inform you at booking if this applies. Adults are expected to wear face coverings when in our venues, including if picking up or dropping children off.


Learners are reminded of the Rule of 6.  You should not book onto a course to meet socially with any more than 5 other people. This would class as a gathering of up to 6. (updated as of guidance at 29/09/20)

QR codes for the Government NHS Track and Trace app will be available for use at our venues, and we will take the name, address and contact details of any person attending an in-person course. In the event that you cannot use the app, we will retain your booking contact details as per he instructions listed in our privacy policy below. 


You must not attend or course if you have Covid-19 symptoms or have had these symptoms in the last 7 days. If anyone in your household has shown Covid-19 symptoms, you should not attend a course with us for at least 14 days. If anyone who is attendance to our course displays Covid-19 symptoms or if they develop symptoms within 7 days of visiting the premises they must use the Test, Track and Trace system to alert others with whom they have been in contact. In the event of someone becoming unwell with suspected Covid19 symptoms while at our venue, collection will be arranged and asked to immediately inform Test, Track & Trace.

We must draw your attention to the following to ensure the venue is 'Covid Secure':

  • Follow signs and directions, as appropriate when in the venue or collecting/dropping off

  • Tables will be spaced suitably as per guidelines

  • You should not attend any course with more than one other person from another household

  • Interaction with other members should be maintained at a safe social distance

  • PPE will not be required by learners, but you have the option to provide your own and use this if you wish

  • Hand sanitiser will be accessible for your use

  • Teachers may wear PPE, if appropriate to the scenario. 

  • Shared equipment will be extremely limited and only used when it can be sanitised and cleaned appropriately before next use.

  • Learners will be given their own individual resources to use, wherever possible

  • Groups will be limited to consistent future groups, where possible. As outlined above, this means that at this stage, we will only be taking bookings for one session per household member unless specified otherwise.

  • Learners will sit on individual tables, unless they are attending with a sibling or family member from the same household, in which case they can share a table if they choose. 

We reserve the right to update this information inline with changes to government announcements and guidance. 

Other Information

Our courses may have parking provided, please use these spaces as directed. We accept no liability for any damage to vehicles or personal property in vehicles whilst vehicles are parked at the venue or other location.

We do not allow food in our sessions. We cannot provide drinks at this time so we ask that you bring your own drinks in a suitable, water-tight container. 

Our courses will run as supervised by our staff. Our staff have an Enhanced DBS certificates, a Paediatric First Aid qualification and we are fully insured. We are trained in Safeguarding and our Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Sarah Rands. 

In the event of any Safeguarding queries, please contact Holly Davis or Sarah Rands at threadandpress@gmail.com. Our Safeguarding policies can be seen on request. 

In the event of a medical emergency, we are qualified first aiders. We will contact the emergency services and the emergency contact that you provide us. It is your responsibility to ensure that the emergency contact information that you provide is kept up-to-date.

We provide material and equipment unless specified otherwise. 

We cannot allow you to bring your own equipment to our sessions unless with prior agreement. 

We make every effort to ensure our courses are accessible to all. There may be some locations that only have access via staircases, although this has been reduced to a minimum and avoided wherever possible. In the event that a course is running by access via staircase only, we will make this information clear and we will do our best to offer you an alternative course wherever possible.

We will do our best to accommodate all learning needs. Please ensure you make us aware of any special needs, learning needs or learning requirements at the time of booking. We will not discriminate against anyone and welcome all learners. If you wish to bring someone for a supporting role, please let us know at the time of booking.


Bookings for Under 18

As parent/guardians of a learner under 18, we request that you complete all the relevant information on the booking form, including contacts/emergency contacts. It is your responsibility to ensure this information is up to date.

We allow learners aged 13 years + to attend some adult courses if they are accompanied by an adult. Thsi will apply to sessions where specified. Ages 16-18 may attend adult course, with permission from a parent/guardian. It is important that you complete the learner's age field on our booking form.​

Our courses are delivered by experienced teachers and you can feel assured that your children are safe in our care. We treat all issues seriously and will not tolerate bullying or discrimination in any form. We expect reasonable behaviour by learners at all time. In the unlikely event that behaviour is unreasonable or unmanageable, we reserve the right to refuse the continuation of the learner’s place. We will not offer a refund in these circumstances.

We request that Under 16s are brought to the course and collected promptly. 


Mobile phones should not be used in classes. We accept no responsibility for any loss or damage to personal property at the venue.

We will provide gloves and aprons where appropriate. However, we accept no responsibility for clothing damaged as a result of our activities, we strongly suggest wearing suitable clothing.

For health and safety reasons, clothing and hair should be securely fastened or tied back. No loose or long jewellery should be worn.

We like to use photos of learners and their artwork for publicity on our website or business social media pages. If you wish your child to NOT participate in photos, please tick this section on the booking form at the time of booking

Privacy Policy

This privacy policy will explain how our organisation (Thread and Press CIC) uses the personal data we collect from you when you use our website or provide booking information.

COVID 19 - UPDATE as of 06/12/20

As per Government guidance, we must now keep a record of the contact details of anyone who enters the venue. These details will be taken at the time of booking In line with guidance issued by the Department for Health and Social Care, we will keep your details safely and in compliance with GDPR legislation for 21 days before securely disposing of, or deleting them. We (including the venue) will only share your details with NHS Track and Trace, if asked, if it is needed to help stop the spread of Covid-19. We will not use your details for any other purposes or pass them on to anyone else.


What data do we collect?

We receive, collect and store any information you enter on our website or provide us in any other way. In addition, we collect the Internet protocol (IP) address used to connect your computer to the Internet; login; e-mail address; password; computer and connection information and purchase history. We may use software tools to measure and collect session information, including page response times, length of visits to certain pages, page interaction information, and methods used to browse away from the page. We also collect personally identifiable information (including name, email, communications); comments, feedback, product reviews, recommendations, and personal profile.


How do we collect your data?

You directly provide Thread and Press with most of the data we collect. We collect data and process data when you:

  • Register interest in a booking or complete a booking form for any of our products or services.

  • Voluntarily complete a customer survey or provide feedback on any of our message boards or via email.

  • Voluntarily provide us with your name (optional) and email address to sign up to our newslettter.

  • Use or view our website via your browser’s cookies.

When you conduct a transaction on our website, as part of the process, we collect personal information you give us such as your name, address and email address. Your personal information will be used for the specific reasons stated above only.


How will we use your data?

We collect such Non-personal and Personal Information for the following purposes:

  1. To provide and operate the Services;

  2. To provide our Users with ongoing customer assistance and technical support;

  3. To be able to contact our Visitors and Users with general or personalized service-related notices and promotional messages;

  4. To create aggregated statistical data and other aggregated and/or inferred Non-personal Information, which we or our business partners may use to provide and improve our respective services; 

  5. To comply with any applicable laws and regulations.

We might:​

  • Email you with special offers on other products and services we think you might like (if you subscribe to our newsletter)

  • If you give us permission, we may use data to promote our website or organisation. We will always seek individual permission before doing this.


We will not share your data with third party individuals or organisations.  


How do we store your data?

Our company is hosted on the Wix.com platform. Wix.com provides us with the online platform that allows us to sell our products and services to you. Your data may be stored through Wix.com’s data storage, databases and the general Wix.com applications. They store your data on secure servers behind a firewall. 

Our Company securely stores your booking contact data at our business premises. We may also take emergency contact phone numbers in a safe folder to our sessions. We also store any booking forms received digitally in an encrypted digital folder. Our Company will keep your booking data in digital and paper data for the duration of your bookings and for a period of 6 months after this date (unless Government guidance and policy changes), with the exception of data collected in an accident book which will be kept for a duration as per UK guidelines. Once this time period has expired, we will delete digital data safely and destroy paper data.

How do we contact you?

We may contact you to notify you regarding your booking, to troubleshoot problems with your booking, to resolve a dispute, to collect fees or monies owed, to poll your opinions through surveys or questionnaires, to send updates about our company, or as otherwise necessary to contact you to enforce our User Agreement, applicable national laws, and any agreement we may have with you. For these purposes we may contact you via email, telephone, text messages, and postal mail.


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How do we use cookies?

Our Company uses cookies in a range of ways to improve your experience on our website, including:

  • Keeping you signed in

  • Understanding how you use our website


How can you manage cookies?

You can set your browser not to accept cookies, and the above website tells you how to remove cookies from your browser. However, in a few cases, some of our website features may not function as a result.

Privacy policies of other websites

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What are your data protection rights?

Thread and Press would like to make sure you are fully aware of all of your data protection rights. Every user is entitled to the following:

The right to access – You have the right to request Thread and Press for copies of your personal data. We may charge you a small fee for this service.

The right to rectification – You have the right to request that Thread and Press correct any information you believe is inaccurate. You also have the right to request Thread and Press to complete the information you believe is incomplete.

The right to erasure – You have the right to request that Thread and Press erase your personal data, under certain conditions.

The right to restrict processing – You have the right to request that Thread and Press restrict the processing of your personal data, under certain conditions.

The right to object to processing – You have the right to object to Thread and Press’ processing of your personal data, under certain conditions.

The right to data portability – You have the right to request that Thread and Press transfer the data that we have collected to another organization, or directly to you, under certain conditions.

If you make a request, we have one month to respond to you. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please contact us at our email: threadandpress@gmail.com

Or write to us: Thread and Press CIC, 34 Wold Road, Pocklington, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO42 2QG

Unsubscribing to mailing lists

If you wish to unsubscribe to our newsletter/mailing, list, you should choose the unsubscribe option which will be found on your email. You are free to unsubscribe at any time. Any technical issues should be directed to threadandpress@gmail.com.


How to contact us

If you have any questions about Our Company’s privacy policy, the data we hold on you, or you would like to exercise one of your data protection rights, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Email us at: threadandpress@gmail.com

Or write to us at: Thread and Press CIC, 34 Wold Road, Pocklington, East Riding or Yorkshire, YO42 2QG

How to contact the appropriate authority

Should you wish to report a complaint or if you feel that Our Company has not addressed your concern in a satisfactory manner, you may contact the Information Commissioner’s Office.