Christmas door wreath workshop

Sat Dec 04 2021 at 02:00 pm to 04:00 pm

Eleven Didsbury Park | Manchester

The Flower Lounge
Publisher/HostThe Flower Lounge
Christmas door wreath workshop
Make your neighbours green with envy this year and join us for our luxury, Christmas door wreath workshop
About this Event

Make your neighbours green with envy this year and join us for our luxury, Christmas door wreath workshop. We’ll teach you the techniques and guiding principles of building a stylish wreath, adorned with an abundance of dried flowers, fresh foliage, berries and fruit. Then, under our tutelage, you will design your very own wreath – totally unique to you.

This exclusive event will take place in the gorgeous garden surroundings of Eleven Didsbury Park, under the twinkly lights of their heated canopy. There will be festive treats and a drink on arrival.

Please read our FAQs for further information.


What should I bring into the event?

Our Christmas wreath workshops will be outside under a covered terrace area, overlooking the gorgeous gardens at Eleven Didsbury Park. We’ll have plenty of heaters, but we’d advise you to dress warm, and bring plenty of layers. All materials are provided, so there is no need for you to bring any equipment. Some people like to bring a note pad for notes or sketches and others like to bring a camera. You are welcome to take photos.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There are a few parking spaces outside the hotel, but they are quite often full. We suggest parking on the side roads nearby on Didsbury Park Road or Ruabon Road. Be careful of the single lines, the wardens are keen! Wilmslow Road has frequent buses and the Metrolink stop in Didsbury Village and East Didsbury are both a 10 minute walk away.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Email [email protected] or call 0161 446 2556.

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Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Eleven Didsbury Park, Didsbury Park, Manchester, United Kingdom


GBP 70.00

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