*** SOLD OUT *** Workshop: Festive Wreath Making

A Christmas wreath lying on green grass. The wreath is made from a circle of willow with holly leaves, pine needles, red berries and green leaves coming off it.

Tuesday 6th December 2022 | 6:30-8:30pm | GCHT, 54 Bell Street, G1 1LQ

People have been making wreaths for thousands of years to attract good, repel evil, celebrate special events, symbolise spiritual concepts, and mark the seasons. Making them is incredibly relaxing and meditative, a chance to engage with nature and express yourself creatively.

In this workshop you’ll learn how to weave a wooden circle out of willow, and then how to decorate it using foraged materials. The end product will be a beautiful wreath that you can take home and re-decorate multiple times over its years-long lifespan.

Join us for weaving and mince pies for a cosy festive time!

This session is suitable for beginners, no weaving experience necessary. All equipment and materials provided.

£35 per person

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