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 Last updated 08 Mar 2018

john waller, underwoodsman ltd  
the green wood workshop   

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hedgerow harvest - morning, 9am - 12pm

dates:

7 Feb 2014

overview:

Come along and harvest hedgerow materials for basket making.  Leave the materials to season (at Bore Place), and come back on 22+23 Mar to make a hedgerow basket.  Combine this Hedgerow Harvest course with the willow husbandry course on the afternoon of the same day and pay just 45 for the whole day.

tutor:

John Waller

start time:

9am

finish time:

12pm

cost:

35 per person (or combine with the willow husbandry afternoon and pay 45 for the whole day)

what to wear:

Wear sturdy shoes or boots at all times. Please also wear warm, comfortable clothes that are suitable for the current weather conditions.  You will be outside for most of the course.

what to bring:

Please bring some sharp secateurs if you have any, and some gardening gloves.

course size:

maximum of 10 course participants

how to book:

To secure the place, you will need to complete a booking form.
Booking forms can either be returned by email, along with payment by bacs, or returned in the post with a cheque.
You will then be sent a booking confirmation, outlining where to go and what to bring.  If you haven’t received confirmation with 10 days of sending in your booking form, please contact us on 01892 740303.  Please note that once payment has been banked, the course will run as advertised, and we will expect to see you on the day unless you have notified us otherwise.  We will issue a full refund if you give us 14 days notice of cancellation.  Unfortunately if you cancel your place within 14 days of the course date, we will not be able to refund your course fee.

reviews:

this is a new course for 2014, so no reviews have been left yet.

location:

Bore Place, nr Edenbridge, Kent
Courses and volunteer days are held at Bore Place, near Sevenoaks, Kent
(www.commonwork.org) - an environmental and educational charity on a 500 acre organic dairy farm, set in beautiful low weald countryside. Converted farm buildings and a Jacobean Manor House offer accommodation if required, with walks and local pubs to enjoy when you’re not wooding! Directions will be sent to you once you’ve booked on a course and can also be accessed from the contact us page.

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accommodation:

Depending on availability, Commonwork can offer B&B to course participants from 45 per person/night. Camping opportunities are limited; we have a hot shower and toilets, but no cooking facilities. It is essential that you contact us in advance to book either camping or bed and breakfast, and we ask that all guests respect each other’s privacy and, where appropriate, the peace and quiet of Bore Place.