Workshop: Christmas Wreath Making

04 December 10:00

Join us at this fun and create workshop and make your own festive door wreath. The wire frame, moss, seasonal foliage and selection of decorations from dried oranges, chillies and limes to baubles, silk flowers and ribbon, will all be provided. Please feel free to bring any personal decorations for your wreath. No experience required.

Ticket price includes a hot drink and mince pie served in the café.

Shaw House | Tuesday 4th December
10am12.30pm & 6.30pm – 9pm
£40  (10% discount for group bookings over 10 people)

To book a place please call Shaw House 01635 279279 or email shawhouse@westberks.gov.uk

Tutor: Kim Harrison
Kim attended Brighton Technical College City & Guilds floristry courses before taking a different career path working in recruitment/marketing and then as a Legal Executive. She then moved with her family to the Caribbean where they lived for nearly 5 years. It was here that Kim had the time to rediscover her passion for flower arranging with a garden often full of such amazing flowers.

Since returning to the UK, Kim has launched her own business based in Newbury, called Lavenders. She now hosts flower arranging sessions to groups for fun or assist wedding parties to make their own flowers on a budget. Sue also teaches at the Newbury Conservative Club and provides flower arrangements for local companies including Shaw House.

Kim’s workshops are relaxed, fun and designed for absolute beginners or those wishes to revive their skills.

 

Other workshops with Kim:
Pumpkin or Autumn Wreath
Friday 19th October (Shaw House)
Christmas Wreath Making Wednesday 5th December (Shaw House)
Christmas Table Arrangement
Wednesday 19th December (Shaw House)

 

Cancellation policy: Workshops are non-refundable, however, you can transfer your booking onto any other session at either Shaw House or West Berkshire Museum and pay any higher price difference. Please contact reception directly, not the course leader, in order to transfer your booking; Shaw House 01635 279279, Museum 01635 519562.