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Sun, 19 Sept


The Craft Barn Hadfield

Floristry Taster Class

A fun sessions aimed at boosting your creativity and providing a glimpse into the world of floristry! Join us for this seasonal class to learn some floristry basics and create some beautiful arrangements to take home. Suitable for all levels of ability! **Tickets are £225**

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Floristry Taster Class
Floristry Taster Class

Time & Location

19 Sept 2021, 13:00 – 18:00

The Craft Barn Hadfield, 103a Station Rd, Hadfield, Glossop SK13 1AR, UK


About the event

Love flowers? Fancy learning more about floristry? Why not join us for our new Floristry Taster Class?

Lead by master trained floral designer Anja Norris - who is currently studying towards her own master qualification - this class is aimed at those interested in a gentle introduction to floristry, to try out some of your creative ideas and to discover what working with flowers is all about.

During the day, we will explore three easy to pick up floral designs across three distinct mediums. We will be covering a simple, seasonal hand-tied bouquet, a gorgeous, wild vase arrangement and a stylish wired buttonhole too. We’ll be working with the season’s best materials whilst combining these with contemporary accents and techniques to enliven our work.

Tickets are £225 and include all materials, over 4hrs of expert tuition (please note that we will break for a 45min lunchbreak), apron and flowers scissors for you take home, some bubbly to toast the completion of a busy day of learning and a little NORRIS gift.

**Please note** As the flowers used will have been specifically selected and purchased for the class, the tickets will therefore be non refundable or transferable if you are unable to attend.

Before booking, please read the following guidance on COVID-19 and the precautions we are taking for you.



The safety of our customers and colleagues is our number one priority. For those customers who are now comfortable attending our workshops, we have listed our ways of working below. We ask that everyone attending any of our workshops follows them. By completing the booking process, you agree to complying to the T&Cs.

To help us restrict the number of people at each session, we ask you to book your place via our online platform. We will not be able to accept any booking numbers above 6 attendees until it is safe to do in the future.

At point of booking, you will be asked to supply your name and contact details for us to keep on record for a 21-day period in line with the government requirements. All your details will be stored on our secure server and not be shared with 3rd parties unless we have your permission to do so. Please note that in case of a COVID-19 infection outbreak, we will reserve the right to share your details with the relevant authorities.

Workshop leaders will keep their distance from participants unless both are happy for them to move closer. If this happens, being side to side is better than face to face.

We will ask you to wear a face covering, unless you are exempt for medical reasons.

The number of participants will be limited to 6 at each session, which will allow for 1m+ social distancing.

Please refrain from attending the workshop if you are running a temperate, have developed a cough, have COVID-19 symptoms or are living with someone that is showing symptoms

We will ask all attendees to wash or sanitise their hands as they arrive - before touching anything.

We will provide each person with their own tools and materials. When sharing is necessary, everyone will be asked to wash or sanitise their hands before touching shared items. All tools and workstations will be cleaned before and after use.

We will provide hand sanitiser for convenience - hand washing is even better and there’s plenty of soap and water!

To minimise touching the same items, we recommend you bring your own refreshments.

***Please note that tickets are non-refundable - our full T&Cs can be found on our website***


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