Hand Felted Jewellery Workshop
Sunday 12 May 10.30am – 3.30pm
In this workshop you will create several items of unique with unique jewellery with wool fibres, resists and glass inserts using the colours and patterns of the gardens as your inspiration.
Using the wet felting method with wool fibres you will make your own attractive and completely unique pieces of work that you can wear as jewellery later.
All the materials and equipment will be provided on the day but you will need to bring an old towel with you.
Tea/Coffee and biscuits provided. Please bring your own lunch, or purchase from the cafe on the day.
Price £55 for the session 10.30am – 3.30pm.
To book email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Afternoon Tea at York Gate
Mini Cheese Scone with butter and chutney
(choose one from a selection of cheddar & chutney, Brie & cranberry, ham & salad or roasted vegetable with pesto in seeded white or brown bread)
Mini Savoury & Sweet Tart
Mini Fruit Scone with butter, jam & clotted cream
A Selection of 3 cakes
Pot of Yorkshire Tea or Cafetière of Coffee
£12 per person – pre-booking essential and gift vouchers available
Important Parking Information
Please do not park on Back Church Lane. Parking is provided in the lay-by opposite the church on Church Lane. Please park with your nose facing the road (not horizontally) in the spaces.
There is a pleasant 5 minute walk through the church yard and straight on to come out opposite the garden gate. (Do not walk around by the road, as there is no footpath)
If you are parking elsewhere in Adel village, please park considerately.
We encourage local resident visitors to please leave your cars at home.
If you are interested in hiring our Field Room for a class or workshop, or for small group events, please get in touch.
Garden Season Spring/Summer 2019
Open between 1 April – 30 September 2019
Monday 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Tuesday 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Wednesday 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Thursday 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Friday – closed
Saturday – closed
Sunday: 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Our popular Tea Room is open throughout the garden’s opening times, you can enjoy light lunches and afternoon teas, or a selection of freshly home baked cakes, including a daily gluten free choice.
Please park on Church Lane and walk through the church yard, then straight on to come out opposite the garden gate.
Visitor groups are welcome but please book first. Contact us at email@example.com
To help us preserve its charm, the garden does not permit dogs, other than assistance dogs.
(Please note the advice in the National Garden Scheme handbook that dogs are permitted is unfortunately incorrect.)