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Northbank Nature Club: Christmas Wreaths
Welcome to our next monthly nature club. Find out how to make your own Christmas Wreath.
Get in the festive spirit by joining in with Jar and Fern’s Christmas wreath making workshop. They will run you through the interesting history of festive wreath making and introduce you to the finest seasonal foliage, freshly sourced from New Covent Garden flower market.
You will have a variety of traditional foliage to choose from as well as some more leftfield options like Eucalyptus leaves and Asparagus Fern leaves. We will be using large, high quality wreaths that you can tailor to make your own unique festive decoration.
The BID is offering this FREE of charge to make the Northbank a better place to be and work. 57% of all working days lost to ill health were due to stress and anxiety in 2017/18 (Labour Force Survey). In our global city we need to take time for ourselves and how better to do that than with nature. Improve your mental wellbeing through these simple horticultural sessions.
The activity will take about 1 hour. Do note that the session will start at 12.15 so please do arrive on time.
We anticipate high volumes of interest for these workshops, register to avoid disappointment.
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