Willow Stags Head Workshop

Tue 19th November 2019


Get into the festive spirit and make a stunning Stag Head with Wendy Bristow from Twigs & Sprigs.

There will be lots of fun making this beautiful sculpture, ready for you to take home and decorate with sparkly lights or a sprig of holly. This workshop is suitable for beginners or for those with some weaving experience. The Stags Head can live in the home or garden.

The cost of the workshop is £60 per person. Places are limited so that you get lots of support within the group throughout the day. All materials provided as well as refreshments and biscuits and lots of fun. All tools are provided, but you are more than welcome to bring along your favourite pair of secateurs if you wish. 

The Stables Kitchen will be open from 10am - 5pm or you are welcome to bring your own packed lunch. A Stables Kitchen discount voucher will be available to use on the day.

Location: The Brewhouse Tower, South West Wing, Burton Constable Hall

Time: 10am - 4pm

Wendy will meet everyone in the main car park at 9.45am.

Book online (link above) or by calling Wendy directly on 07548 164872


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