Willow Wreath Workshop

Fri 11th December 2020
Twigs and Sprigs

The first part of the workshop will start by making a large wreath from willow and continue with designing your wreath, using a wide range of beautiful foliage, dried fruits and ribbon. 

Everything is provided and there's lots to choose from. However, if you prefer to bring your own ribbon please bring it along on the day. And the great thing is because your wreath is made from willow you can decorate it for different occasions throughout the year. 

This event includes: 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.

Please drive through the PRIVATE Entrance as the other entrance gates do not open till 10am. 

Contact Information:

Wendy Bristow: 07548 164872
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