About the Course
This course will teach you the traditional art of hurdle-making using riven ash, harvested direct from Court Wood, in the grounds of the historic and beautiful Llanvihangel Court.
Court Wood is an 11 acre ancient woodland in the shadow of the magical Skirrid Mountain, managed entirely by the volunteers of the Crucorney Environmental Group.
Your tutor for the day will be Mick Petts, a woodland sculptor and architect with over 40 years experience, who combines the creative with the practical craft skills to produce traditional products which are both beautiful and useful.
Over 18s only.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All materials and tools are provided.
Take away the finished product at the end of the day.
Just bring a packed lunch.
This was by far the most enjoyable, informative and professionally tutored I have ever undertaken.
The whole experience left me exhausted, stimulated and completely fired up to undertake future courses.
Thanks for an amazing experience.
Robert Statham - - #23546
Response from Crucorney Environmental Group:Thanks, Robert. We look forward to welcoming you at further courses.
This was a great course in a fantastic setting. We were given a warm welcome by lovely people, and thoroughly enjoyed our day in the woods, as well as learning new skills!. Thanks to all concerned
Julie Ford & Dave Ball - - #11864
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