The National Self Build and Renovation Centre (NSBRC) reopens its doors to the public on the 12 April, following the most recent lockdown, and will be open Tuesdays-Sundays from then.
As with last year, Covid-secure measures will be in place for all visitors, and face to face events will be making a welcome return, including an Ask the Expert open day on 1 May.
Despite not being physically open during lockdown, the centre has remained busy, with staff speaking to roughly 4,000 members of the public, working on a self build or home improvement project.
The NSBRC also found that nearly two-thirds of people had continued to build through the pandemic, many of whom joined one of the centres online workshops or courses.
As well as live events, the NSBRC will be continuing to offer its popular virtual events, such as the Building Systems Workshop on the 26-27 March.