Bird Lover’s Willow Workshops – Bird Feeder

Sunday 5th March, 9:30 am - 11:30 am.


Bird Lover's Willow Workshops - Bird Feeder

Join us for this wonderfully creative workshop where you will make a beautiful willow bird feeder. You’ll learn an ancient craft in the tranquil setting of our cosy barn or, if the weather is nice, outside in our picturesque Gardens.

Faye of the Forest will guide you through this unique workshop where you will learn all about the properties of willow alongside gaining a new skill. You will create a beautiful willow garden ornament that will have all the birds tweeting with joy – perfect for nature lovers!

The Session runs from 9:30am – 11:30am.

This workshop is suitable for beginners.  All resources and materials are included. Age 14+ only.

Tickets cost £35 per person and can be purchased HERE


We also have a separate afternoon session where you can make a willow bird house. For more information on that event please click HERE.

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