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Hand-Tied Bouquet Making Workshop with What the Fleur
29 March, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Museum of Cambridge is excited to host Julia, owner of What the Fleur florist, for another round of floral arranging workshops! In this workshop on Wednesday, 29 March, you’ll learn how to make a hand-tied spring bouquet using gorgeous seasonal foliage with an abundance of beautiful cottage garden-inspired spring flowers.
Learning how to spiral stems into a hand-tied bouquet is such a fabulous skill to learn. You’ll be able to transform supermarket flowers or foraged flowers from your garden into a beautifully arranged design once you have the ‘know-how’.
Julia has been designing beautiful bouquets for more than 15 years. Her designs are as fresh as her flowers, and her skill and creativity turn each bouquet into a show-stopping piece. You’ll learn from the best, and have a blooming good time.
Why not treat a special someone in your life to a class? Enjoy time together for Mother’s Day or create something beautiful to give as a stunning gift.
Dates and Times:
Wednesday 29 March from 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm
Location: The Enid Porter Room, the Museum of Cambridge 2-3 Castle Street, CB3 0AQ.
Tickets are £62 per person and include a choice of tea & coffee or prosecco and all the materials, greenery and decorations needed to create your Easter wreath.
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We are in the centre of Cambridge. You’ll find us at the corner of Castle Street and Northampton Street. We are right beside Kettle’s Yard and only a 15-minute walk from King’s College.
You can park your bike at the bike parks on Bridge Street or on Northampton Street. There is a bus stop on Bridge Street. Check out the Stagecoach website to plan your journey to and from the Museum. Find out more about how to get here by train, bike, bus, car or on foot on our website.
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If you’re feeling unwell or have recently tested positive for Covid-19, please do not attend this event. We’ll be happy to offer you a refund if applicable, and welcome you to the Museum on another day.
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