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Thread: Stone cobbling & Willow weaving course

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    Stone cobbling & Willow weaving course

    Hi everyone

    Spring courses run at Keveral Community Farm, St Martin Looe Cornwall PL13 1PA

    Cobbling with stone 1st April 10am - 4pm

    Learn how to create a beautiful natural path using dry stone walling techniques. We will be building a spiral path in front of an existing cob oven as part of an outdoor kitchen project. The course is run by myself Richard Pugh. For more about me check out
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    Tools provided. Free tea, coffee and organic cake.

    Cost 65

    Please call 07859933202 or email
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    to book your place.

    Willow hurdle making workshop 1st April 10am - 4pm

    Learn how to weave a willow hurdle with Amanda Rayner of Wyldwood Willow. The hurdles will form a screen behind an existing cob oven as part of the outdoor kitchen project. For more about Amanda have a look at
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    Tools provided. Free tea, coffee and organic cake.

    Cost 65

    Please call 07816005251 or email
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    to book your place.

    Camping is available on request. For more about Keveral Community farm please go to
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    Chilling Out frame69's Avatar
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    Sounds great.

    Perhaps share it on FB too.

    My friend does this sort of thing at her place.

    Best of luck with that.



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    I enjoy doing these kind of projects. I've had training budgets before and like most project managers never have enough time to spend that budget. Over the years I've gone on dry stonewalling course, Willow sculpture course. I've run Earth sculpture and turf maze courses (without formal training)
    It's a shame Lottery or other funding isn't available. I'm half tempted with the cobbling course. Only way I could see me doing it these day is if I can stay on my hands and knees and hope to make it through the day.
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.

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