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Christmas Pom Poms Crafternoon Tea Experience in the Forest of Dean/Welsh Border

This course has past its finish date but this page will remain available until 22nd December 2018.

Duration: 3 hours 1pm to 4pm

Price: £35

Run by: Rachel Shilston
at Rachel Shilston -Inspiring Creativity


1 Hanley Farm Business Centre
NP16 7NA

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About the Course

The perfect combination – plenty of craft, lashings of cake plus the magic of Christmas too!

The afternoon will start with a Christmas-themed craft session with Rachel, an experienced artist and teacher, who will show you some really quick and easy ways to make the most adorable pompom decorations. You will have a variety of colourful wool to choose from, templates to use and simple instructions to follow. No experience required for this fun activity!

Then at approximately 3pm, a delicious Christmas afternoon tea, supplied by the Hanley Farm Shop, will be served.

Rachel’s popular Crafternoon Tea Experiences are a lovely opportunity to relax and spend quality down time learning a new skill, either on your own or with friends!

To join us then, please email and a booking form will be sent out to you. SPACES LIMITED.

Note: Please advise of any special dietary requirements.

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?

Price includes all the materials, tuition and equipment to create as many pom poms as you can manage, plus a delicious Christmas afternoon tea.

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Course Start Dates

Saturday 8th December 2018

  • Disabled access
  • Suitable for beginners