Join Heart of BS13 Flowers this winter to spend a few hours getting creative making your very own sustainable festive wreath.
Guided through the whole process by their professional florist Clem, you will learn how to make a beautiful wreath using locally sourced materials, and will go home with something you are proud to hang on your door. They’ll have a wide variety of materials that you can use, so whether you prefer a traditional style with holly and eucalyptus, or something more alternative, including dried flowers grown at the farm, your wreath is sure to be both gorgeous and unique.
The wreaths are sustainable, made from only locally grown and locally sourced materials, and are fully biodegradable.
There will be music, mulled apple juice, tea and coffee and sweet treats to keep you warm and in good spirits.
Cost: £35/person which includes all materials and refreshments, and your wreath to take home
(There are limited £10 spaces available on each workshop for people who live in BS13 and are in receipt of means-tested benefits – if this applies to you, please select this option when you book).
Some dates are already sold out but there are currently spaces left on:
10:30am – 1pm Friday 2nd December
1:30-4pm Saturday 3rd December
Heart of BS13 Flowers, Hartcliffe City Farm, Lampton Avenue, Hartcliffe, Bristol, BS13 0QH
Who is this workshop for:
Anyone who would like to learn to make a wreath – no experience necessary. The workshop is open to anyone aged 12+.
What to bring / wear:
All materials and equipment are provided, however if you have some favourite secateurs you’re welcome to bring them. Dress for the weather – the workshop will take place in a barn which is covered but open to the elements.
Book your place on the Heart of BS13 website.