Miranda Hackett Wreath Making

Christmas Wreath Workshop and Lunch

Tuesday 3rd December 2019 – 9.30am

Join us for our annual ‘Christmas Floral Workshop’ followed by a delicious 2 course lunch with Miranda Hackett.

Create your own fragrant and natural wreath using generous quantities of lush, fresh and locally sourced foliage, much from the estate with added dried festive touches to display on your door over the Christmas season with artisan florist Miranda Hackett

All equipment, materials and foliage you need will be provided but if you would like to bring any of your favourite feathers or embellishments along to add to your wreath you are very welcome to.

About the Florists: Miranda has a focus on appreciating nature and her inspiration comes from the natural characteristics of flowers – styling flowers in a soft and romantic fashion – twirling tendrils and all. Based in the heart of the South West countryside, Miranda works in some of the most beautiful and wide ranging locations countrywide – from local old stone barns, churches and tipi’s to stately homes, high end London and polo clubs, and Chapel Royal at St James’ palace. Miranda’s workshops are always warm and friendly, with lots of creative ideas and infectious enthusiasm, and we are delighted to welcome her to Pentillie for this years wreath making workshop.

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Timings: Arrive at 9.30am for tea and coffee – the workshop will start at 9.45am. mid morning treats and mince pies will be offered for a well earned break, with lunch at 1pm. You are likely to be leaving by approximately 3pm.

Price: £75.00pp to include – arrival Tea/Coffee, workshop with Miranda, mid morning treats and mulled wine, a two course lunch, glass of wine.

To book: Please call the Pentillie Office on 01579 350044 or email contact@pentillie.co.uk

Terms: Payment required on booking, with menu choices required in advance.

Please note that booking is essential and payment is required on booking, with menu choices required in advance (menu will be announced soon).

 

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