Sarsden Glebe is a Georgian Rectory with gardens and park originally laid out by George Repton. Formal gardens around the house drop away in a series of terraces to a wild garden with roses and a central crab apple avenue. It also features a walled kitchen garden and long herbaceous borders.
PROGRAMME FOR THE ACTIVITY:
9.30 Tea/coffee/biscuits on arrival
10.00-12.30 Constructing Willow Supports for Roses in Wild Garden
12.30-1.15 Lunch in the Barn
1.15-3.30 Tour of the garden and more Willow work
Jay Davey, your tutor, is based on the Somerset Levels and his projects include climber structures, hurdles, screens, seats, arbours and Art-Based pieces, as well as living willow.
The cost of the workshop will be £60 for members and £70 for non-members.
Please bring: Gloves, sharp secateurs, stout shoes/boots and weather appropriate clothing.
Tea, coffee, and biscuits provided. Please bring a packed lunch.