Newsletter - New Lessons - Online Shop - Privacy

Fancy learning a new beading skill?
I've just added these new lessons to the beading page.

Beading workshops are held in Rayleigh, Essex and can be arranged at a day/time to suit you.

If you would like a lesson or have any questions please contact me (Sue) at

You can find more details/prices etc. and lots of other beading and wire-work workshops here.


Also I've been adding lots of products to the online shop.
Still loads more to add so if you can't find what you need please ask as I may have it anyway.
And don't forget if you are local to Rayleigh you welcome to visit for beady shopping, advice or a lesson.
All visits are by prior arrangement - just contact me to let me know when you would like to come round.


Customer Privacy

With the new GDPR rules (General Data Protection Rules) coming into force shortly I would like assure you that I do not use your personal details for anything other than processing online orders or for newsletters which will only be sent if you have personally signed up for them.

You can unsubscribe from newsletters at any time by using the the unsubscribe link at the bottom of newsletter emails or by contacting me and asking to be removed.
Newsletter email addresses are securely stored in Google Feedburner. I do not keep a list anywhere else.

You will not be added to the email list when placing an order.
I cannot add you to the email list.
I do not store your data in documents on my pc or phone or keep any paperwork with your name/address/email/phone number on.

If you have placed an online order or emailed me I will automatically have some of your personal details in my Paypal account (as required to process your order) or email inbox, these are stored securely and can only be accessed by me with my password and will only be used in association with processing an order or to answer your queries, book lessons or arrange visits etc.

If there is anything you would like to ask please email me at

Thank-you for reading through 

Sue x

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