What could feel more festive than making your own gorgeous door wreath for the festive season?!
Come and join us for some festive fun in our lovely rustic workshop, just outside Wickwar. Starting the session with a refreshing cup of tea (or Mulled wine!) and a yummy mince pie, we’ll then explain the plan for the workshop, show you some examples and techniques and then it’s time to roll your sleeves up and have a go!
During the workshop we will help you create a beautiful, traditional door wreath adorned in your own style! Using a compostable willow hoop, covered in moss to form your base, you will add evergreen foliage, such as blue spruce, eucalyptus, conifer and scots pine to create a fabulous wreath. You’ll then spend some time selecting and adding your choice of adornments from dried fruit slices, cinnamon sticks, berries, seed heads, dried flowers and a final ribbon.
All materials and seasonal refreshments will be provided. At the end of the session, you will take your door wreath home ready to display for everyone to see!
The cost of the workshop is £60 per person but we’ve got an Early Bird special of £50 per person for those who sign up before 14th November 2021. Grab your tickets quick, before we sell out. Places are limited.
Friday 3rd December: 6:30 – 9pm SOLD OUT
Saturday 4th December 2021: 10am – 12:30pm SOLD OUT
Tuesday 7th December 2021: 6:00 – 9pm SOLD OUT
Not available on the date above? Don’t worry! If you have a group of 4 or more and would like to organise a private wreath workshop, please do get in touch to discuss available dates.
To book your place, please click on the date and time above you wish to book and complete the booking form.
Please note, the workshops this year are taking place on our farm, in a barn, so warm clothes, and even gloves, are highly recommended! If you are unable to attend the workshop, or we are unable to host the workshop due to COVID, we will provide you with a Wreath kit and instructions for you to complete at home. We will be adhering to government guidelines throughout the workshop and have made adaptations to our set up to minimise risk.