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Obelisk Willow Weaving Workshop at Nettle - 16 May

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Obelisk Willow Weaving Workshop
Tuesday 16th May
9.45 — 4pm

Why not get together with a couple of friends and do something different for the day? Willow weaver Juliette Hamilton is returning to us to do an Obelisk willow weaving workshop. A fantastic and gentle introduction to this fabulous craft will have you coming back for more. Juliette will give you all the help and guidance you need to be able to produce your own willow obelisk to take home at the end of the day. The workshop also includes a scrumptious home cooked 2 course lunch, giving you the time to refuel and relax before completing your work in the afternoon.
For more information or to book a place please contact us at:
Nettle, Century House, Old Mill Place, Tattenhall CH3 9PX 01829 772617

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