A floral workshop to celebrate the bicentenary of Charlotte Bronte.
On 20th April, in the village of Haworth, 10 flower lovers will gather to work together to make floral installations both 'great and small' for each room of the Bronte Parsonage, in readiness for the birthday celebrations the following day.
Working from the Old School Rooms, where Charlotte taught, just steps away from her home, we will spend the day using British-grown Spring flowers, carefully selected vessels and imagination to create floral arrangements to sit harmoniously inside Yorkshire's most famous museum.
We will start the day with a visit to The Parsonage to gain inspiration, and we will then work together, with much 'flowery chat', a room full of flowers and constant refreshments made by Mrs B. As the day ends and the last person leaves the museum we will move our flowers into place and leave them to be admired by hundreds of guests the following day. There will be an optional trip to the pub once we finish, and an invitation to return the following day to enjoy the birthday tea!
Sarah will be on hand to guide and encourage you whilst you 'do the flowers' and everything you need will be provided. This course is suitable for all flower lovers especially those who appreciate the beauty of seasonal British blooms.
To book please go to the Simply by Arrangement website