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Exciting news for Carol Siddorn and her gorgeous Flower Farm at Harthill as she partners with Emma Bridgewater this Christmas. Carol has been appointed by Emma Bridgewater to lead a series of creative wreath-making workshops where she will share traditional and new techniques and skills. The workshops will be held in the company's former light and airy pottery warehouse in Stoke, and there will also be the opportunity to visit the tempting factory shop! To book a space CLICK HERE.

If you'd prefer to stay closer to home, however, Carol will be hosting lots of Christmas wreath-making workshops in her cosy garden studio in Harthill. You can opt for a traditional moss and foliage wreath, or make a woven base using her own homegrown coloured willows, silver birch or other hedgerow materials. If you would prefer a ready-made wreath, you will be able to order these from October. Check on her website for details CLICK HERE.

Feeling flowery?
If you want see the last of our 'Flower Grower's' amazing flowers at 'Carol's Garden' and before the winter sets in, there are a few places left on her Autumn Flowery Workshops in the first week of October. Pick from:

  • "Flowery Sunday" — a fun morning where you can wander the field and cut for your own vase, or try
  • "A Cut Flower Patch at Home" to explore growing flowers in your own garden for cutting and arranging for gifts.

There are lots of dates and times available, though they do sell out quickly!
To book CLICK HERE

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