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Willow Workshops – new dates

Last time we advertised the workshops the weather turned really cold so they were cancelled!

But we have an update for you. There are two workshops being run by our very own Ruth Thompson.

Saturday 28th January, 9.30 – 3.30, will focus on laying a hedge and building an arch – along with more general willow working, making shapes etc.

Saturday 25th February, 9.30 – 3.30, will focus on making a willow sculpture

Lunch will be included and they will both be great days. There is a contribution of £10 per person for each day with the rest of the cost being covered by our Awards for All grant.

There are a limited number of places so if you’d like one – book now!!  admin@golocalfood.org.uk

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