|last Thursday of every month (except July, August and December)
|I will open the workshop to a maximum of 3 people on the last Thursday of each month (unless otherwise stated). Each participant can pursue a project of their choice – for example, chair making, hurdle making, stools and other green wood projects, baskets or willow garden structures.
Workshop days are open to those who have already attended a course, and wish to practice their skills.
I will be working as usual, but will be available for in-depth tuition, or gentle guidance (as required!). Workshop facilities and resources will be available as usual.
|9.15am for 9.30am start
|please bring a packed lunch. Tea and coffee will be available (or feel free to bring a flask).
|approx 4.30pm each day
|£80 per person
|we will provide a full refund if you cancel your place more than 14 days in advance of the course start date. Please note that we will be unable to refund your course fee or transfer you to another course if you cancel your place less than 14 days before the start of the course.
|what to wear:
|Appropriate clothes for the prevailing weather conditions, and depending on whether your chosen project can be undertaken under cover.
|maximum of 3 participants
|what to bring:
|Tools will be available for you to use.
|how to book:
|Courses and volunteer days are held at Bore Place, between Edenbridge and Sevenoaks, Kent. Bore Place is 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 Workshop Directions Page.
|Depending on availability, there are cottages to rent on site for £185 per night (minimum of 2 nights). It is essential that you contact Bore Place in advance to book accommodation. Please call 01732 463255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are also two beautiful yurts and two cosy shepherds huts on site - see Free Range Glamping for more information.
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