Join Gill Martin of Hedgrow Wild, and Regan Anderton, winner of BBC1's Yes Chef! in The Cooking Shed at the end of the garden for a Christmas wreath making workshop with materials inspired by the kitchen. Think rosemary, rosehips, bay, and orange slices. You will learn the skills and techniques to make a moss based wreath attaching festive greenery, and adorn with naturally inspired decorations (no plastic baubles here!). No experience required just a fun time learning a new skill and the opportunity to let your creative juices run wild.
You'll also be served a sharing wreath platter made up of cured meats, antipasti, and baked cambert, put together by Regan of The Cooking Shed to enjoy with a mug of mulled cider, tea and coffee. You're welcome to bring along your own drinks if you'd like a glass of wine to enjoy whilst creating your wreath.
The cost of the workshop includes for all materials, foliage and decorations, plus a welcome mug mulled cider, sharing wreath board. Please bring a pair of secateurs, (and gloves if you wish).
Christmas wreath making - inspired by the kitchen
If you'd like to enjoy an additional tipple on the night, then you're welcome to bring along a bottle, and we'll provide you with a glass and somewhere to chill it. One mug of mulled cider, plus Tea, coffee, and other light refreshments will also be provided on the night.