Autumn Floral Hoop and Foraging Workshop

Duration: 4 hours

Price: £55

Run by: Anna Reddings
at Tales from


Oaktrees, Old Forewood Lane
East Sussex
TN33 9AE

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About the Course

Jon me in my flower studio in East Sussex for a relaxed and fun flower filled afternoon. On this workshop we will take a walk into the stunning local woods to forage foliage and berries to add to a selection of seasonal autumnal flowers and foliage from local flower farms. On the walk we will talk about foraging and the rules around it whilst enjoying the local woodland and countryside. Once back at the flower studio we will create a wonderful flower and foliage hoop for you to take home. Afterwards we will have tea and cake. There will also be an opportunity to discuss photographic styling with flowers and you will have an opportunity to take photographs of your work.
This course is suitable for anyone interested in flowers, beginners, learning new Floristry techniques, creatives and lovers of the countryside and foraging.
Please note: if the weather is wet we will still go out into the woods but please bring suitable wet weather clothing and footwear. If the weather is too bad to go out we will still discuss foraging options and rules. With any extra time we can also adapt the same technique to make a small herb ring to use in your kitchen.
Unfortunately, due to the foraging aspect of this course in the woods it is not suitable for wheelchair users. Please see other courses on offer as we do have wheelchair access to the flower studio for other classes.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

All materials (other than foraged items are included) and tools are included. Tea, coffee and cake will be included. Please wear suitable clothing for a walk I’m the woods, particularly if the weather is wet. Wellington boots or walking boots will be essential. The wood does have a path but it is uneven in parts and probably muddy. You may want to bring an apron to protect your clothes while working with the flowers.

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