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Willow Stags Head

Somewhere to hang your hat this year!

Service Description

Working with your hands and a natural material is always incredibly popular & rewarding. Come away with a majestic stags head to place on your wall for Christmas - or for the whole year! We associate this session with the Christmas season, but if you're interested in making one another time of year then please get in touch - if we can get a group together we will put on a date. Decorate your stags head with lights or tinsel once home and restyle for all-year-round use! The workshop is relaxed and friendly and there is a light lunch provided plus as many drinks and slices of cake as you require throughout the day. Our brilliant tutor Clare Shilvock will take you through the process of working with willow and will help you to achieve it in the time given so everyone goes home with a finished piece to show off!

  • 150 British pounds

Cancellation Policy

CANCELLATION If you cancel the booking, we reserve the right to impose cancellation charges as follows: Ten (10) days or more before the date of the Workshop, Larkswold will work with you to move the booking to an alternative date or workshop (subject to any additional charges that may apply resulting from the alternative date or workshop chosen). Suppose an alternative date or workshop cannot be agreed upon at the time of cancellation. In that case, Larkswold will issue you with a credit to the value of the Workshop (“Workshop Credit”), which you can use towards the cost of an alternative workshop of your choice (subject to availability) and which shall be valid for up to 12 months from the date of issue. If you fail to rebook an alternative workshop within this period, all rights are forfeited; To cancel, you just need to let us know. The easiest and most effective route is to contact us on 0800 999 1914 or e-mail us at To see our full terms and conditions, go to the About Us tab on our website.

Contact Details

  • Adlestrop, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 0YF, UK

    0800 999 1914

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