Spring workshops at Martin and the Magpie

on 15 March 2018.

flower crown workshop martin and the magpie

Martin and the Magpie have become a treasured asset to Hungerford town since they graced our high street some 8 years ago. Martin and his team have been providing traditional, exotic and unusual flowers for every occasion but they also offer a plethora of other services.

Martin and his team are passionate about plants and their delightful array of spring workshops look set to tantalise the budding amateur and engross the expert:

Easter Scandi wreaths – 19th March from 9.30-11.30

There is nothing quite like a wreath to adorn your door and why leave it just for Christmas? This delightful workshop will provide you with all the tools to make your own wreath, with insight and tips from the team to enable you to make the perfect Easter decoration for your home. Tea and coffee included. Click here for tickets

Houseplant care 101 – 12th April from 14.45-16.45

Houseplants can transform your home by providing texture, colour and oxygenating your space. This interesting workshop will give you valuable insight into how best to choose houseplants, where to position them and how to keep them thriving in your home. Click here for tickets

Flower crown workshop – 24th & 26th April from 19.00-21.00

There isn’t much more evocative of a celebration or festival than a fresh flower crown. In this workshop you will discover how to bring together a beautiful flower crown before you are let loose on your own creation! Click here for tickets

You can find more details about Martin and the Magpie events on their website or pop in store to speak to one of their friendly team.

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