Arts and Crafts Center FAQs

Answers to frequently asked questions to help you get the most of your visit to the best craft centre in Wales.

Are Dogs Welcome?
Yes, dogs are welcome, on a short lead, in most areas of the Corris Craft Centre.  They are welcome in all of the individual craft studios except for the Chocablock Studio where food is prepared, they are also welcome in The Corris Cafe and the Welsh Deli.  

Is Corris Craft Centre Wheelchair Accessible?
Yes, the individual craft workshops are linked by flat paving slabs and all of the workshops are accessible to wheelchair users.  There is ramped access to The Corris Cafe and the Welsh Deli. There is a disabled toilet and also a Changing Places unit accessible with a RADAR key.  A bed is available and toilet with hand rails but unfortunately the hoist is currently broken and awaiting repair.

How do I book the Craft Activities?
At the Craft Centre there are multiple opportunities to have fun making your own crafts including Pottery Painting, Candle Dipping, Chocolate Making and Furniture building.  Please click on the links to find out more and how to book.  

Can I see the jets flying through the Mach Loop and at what time do they fly?
Corris Craft Centre provides a great viewing platform and planes can be spotted on most days. We also have an information area with images and information about the RAF and USAF planes that use the Mach Loop as a training area. Here is a link to the Mach Loop website that will provide the timetable information you need.