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Christmas Wreath Making & Christmas Chutney Workshop

The Park Community Hall, 43 Carrowreagh Road, Armoy, Ballymoney, Antrim, BT53 8RP
Making a Christmas Wreath with secateurs and green wire
  • Making a Christmas Wreath with secateurs and green wire
  • Crackers topped with cheese and chutney, with filled chutney  jars in the background

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This year Amanda Hanna has teamed up with Elaine Taylor from Taylormade flowers by Elaine who is an award winning florist to bring you a Christmas Wreath Making and Christmas Chutney Workshop.

Participants will spend the first half hour watching Elaine make a Christmas wreath. Then the group will be split up to go off and make their Christmas Wreath / Christmas Chutney.

During the workshop, the group will stop for a half hour tea break which includes a cheeseboard, mince pies and shortbread. Then the groups will swap over again.

Everyone will go home with a Christmas wreath that you handmade, 2 pots of Christmas chutney and the recipe!

All materials supplied and you will get lots to eat and drink!!

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Season (7 Dec 2022)
DayTimes
Wednesday19:00 - 22:00

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