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Sun, 08 Dec


Coalport Village Hall

Willow Christmas decorations

Join me for this festive workshop, and make your own willow Christmas decorations.

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Willow Christmas decorations
Willow Christmas decorations

Time & Location

08 Dec 2024, 10:00 – 13:00

Coalport Village Hall, 34 Coalport High St, Telford TF8 7HT, UK


Workshop information

About the course

Discover the basic tools and techniques of willow weaving, and make your own willow festive decorations to decorate your home this Christmas.

This workshop is suitable for complete beginners, and will introduce you to a range of techniques. We'll make a willow wreath base, which you can later decorate with foliage and hang from your front door. We'll also make a small Christmas tree decoration, along with a random weave five pointed star to decorate your Christmas tree. 

About the venue

The workshop will take place at Coalport Village Hall, which is a lovely space on the banks of the River Severn at the bottom of the Ironbridge Gorge UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

You're welcome to visit my studio at Maws Craft Centre after the workshop, which is just a five minute walk away from the Hall on the opposite bank of the river. Maws Craft Centre is a bustling creative hub with lots of artist studios and gallery spaces for you to have a wander around. You can also explore further afield, and go for a walk along the River Severn and take in the spectacular views of the historic Ironbridge Gorge.


  • This course is suitable for beginners and over-16s. No previous experience is necessary.
  • The group size is limited to 8 to ensure that all course participants can get 1:1 support from the course tutor.
  • All tools and materials are included. 
  • Hot drinks and mincepies will be provided during the workshop. Please let me know if you have any special dietary requirements. 
  • Please see my Terms & Conditions for my cancellation and refund policy. 


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