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Wild Wreath

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Thanks to everyone who took part in the competition, the winners are:

  • Liz Boote is the winner of the wild garden style Christmas Wreath;
  • Jane Hough will be attending the Christmas wreath class in the morning for free and
  • Kerry Bannon will be rocking up at no charge to the Christmas wreath class in the afternoon

Kathryn from Fierce Blooms will be in touch with a voucher each for the classes to be held 10.00-12.30 and 14.00-16.30 on Saturday 8th December.

We hope you both enjoy your classes and that Liz is bowled over with her bespoke wild garden style Christmas wreath made by Kathryn herself. The wreath will be made from all British ingredients including foraged seasonal ingredients — all on an eco-friendly base in time for Christmas decorating.

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