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About the Course
During this 2 day course we will teach you the traditional art of hedge laying by tackling a hedge with the aim of completing a small section from start to finish.
The course will cover the fundamentals of hedge laying and all the necessary skills and techniques that are required for successful hedge laying.
We will lay the hedge in the Midlands style, as this is the most generic style and most widespread, but an overview of the different styles of hedge laying and the driving factors in their development will be discussed.
This course is designed for absolute beginners wanting to learn, through to the more experienced hedge layer wanting to practice and improve, and maybe learn a some more advanced techniques.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. The voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All tools and equipment are provided.
REFRESHMENTS: Tea and Coffee from our Kelly kettle is on tap throughout the day. We provide a simple but hearty lunch for everyone from freshly baked bread, Yorkshire soup and local ham.
WHAT TO WEAR: Dress for the outdoors with sturdy footwear, although we have shelters in the woodland this is Yorkshire and the weather can be rather chilly at times
CAMPING: Is free. It is basic with toilet and wash facilities in our woodland and a pub within walking distance..
Apart from learning in a very hands-on way, it was a most enjoyable and fun course. Instruction was clear and attentive and the skills will, hopefully, be retained for ever. Next time, could you organise the weather to be slightly warmer, please.
Derek Noble - - #10698
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Course Start DatesSaturday 17th February 2018
Saturday 10th November 2018
- Accessible by public transport
- Suitable for events & groups
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