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Festive Wreath and Tree Decorations Workshop

Festive Wreath and Tree Decorations Workshop with willow and hedgerow materials

Sunday December 10th
2.00-4.30
(1.45 for 2.00 start)

at West Town Farm EX2 9TG, meeting at the top of the yard at the organicARTS office

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon at West Town Farm making wreaths and decorations for the festive season with organicARTS Artists Deggie and Lucy.

We will be making the base from willow grown on the farm and other foraged materials from the hedgerows.

All materials provided although you are welcome to bring your own additions such as ribbons or extra materials such as pine cones or rosehips for features.

£15 (or £10 concessions.)

Afternoon tea and cake included.

Dress up warm and for mess! If interested please let us know.

Contact:

Christine Duff
01392 811080
christine@organicarts.org.uk 


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