Willow Weaving Pheasant

Sat 29th February 2020 to Sat 29th February 2020
Willow Weaving Pheasant at Burton Constable Hall

Spend the day making your willow pheasant, using truly beautiful coloured willow to show off this magnificent sculpture, to adorn your garden.

Tools, materials & refreshments are provided.

Please bring a packed lunch or the cafe at Burton Constable offers a discounted rate for those attending the workshop.

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