‘I loved the wreath-making course! Sara made it straightforward and fun with loads of space to be creative. Refreshments were yummy and there was plenty of foliage for everyone. Find some friends and book on!’
Type: Make your own Christmas Wreath
Dates, times & prices:
- Saturday 28th November 2015, 11am – 1pm, £50
- Tuesday 1st December, 1-3pm, £45
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Dog Friendly: No
Child Friendly: No
Using trimmings from the garden and a selection of ribbons and decorations; this special course has been designed to bring together friends as we make a Christmas Wreath at the beginning of the festive season…
‘The Advent wreath is constructed of evergreens to represent everlasting life brought through Jesus and the circular shape of the wreath represents God, with no beginning and no end.’
Sara Ward will welcome you to Hen Corner with mulled wine and mince pies, after an introduction to our time together you will have opportunity to stroll around the garden to gather additional foliage, then off to the conservatory to wind our wreaths…
We will provide all the equipment to make a beautiful wreath, however, feel free to bring additional evergreen cuttings or favourite decorations to adorn your creation.
We’d love you to join us as we welcome in the season to the sound of carols and the fragrance of festive pine.
‘Hen Corner is a charming place where ordinary people are doing extraordinary things, and showing us how we can have a slice of the country life in an urban environment.’ ‘Fantastic Experience! Spencer, June ’14 – Spencer, 17 June 2014
When & Where
Sara Ward, Hen Corner
‘Since moving into her West London home a few years ago, Sara Ward and her husband Andy have industriously set up Hen Corner, where they now have a stunning kitchen garden – with raised beds full of seasonal crops – fruit and nut trees, a flock of clucking hens and a beehive with busy bees hard at work making honey.’ Michele Jameson, Country Living Magazine
We are Hen Corner.
We love the bee keepers, the veggie bed diggers, the jam makers and cider drinkers, the chicken fanciers and the real bread bakers.
But not just in the deepest darkest countryside or the far, far away villages but right here in our cities and towns.
So, come on a course and join us on the journey…
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