Axminster flower arrangers enjoy some festive fun

PUBLISHED: 15:02 13 December 2017 | UPDATED: 09:06 18 December 2017

Axminster flower arrangers Gillie George (back row second from left) and Jean Rowe (front row left). Picture: JACKIE NICHOLLS

Axminster flower arrangers Gillie George (back row second from left) and Jean Rowe (front row left). Picture: JACKIE NICHOLLS

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Stunning Christmas decorations are created at a packed workshop

There was a full house for a Christmas flower arranging workshop at Combe St Nicholas Village Hall, with several Axminster ladies joining in the festive fun.

Learning how to make a long-lasting living designs, they watched a step-by-step demonstration by tutor Jackie Nicholls before producing some stunning arrangements to take home.

Amongst the participants were Gillie George and Jean Rowe from Axminster.

Gillie said: “This was my first workshop, it was wonderful. I was very pleased with my design and confident I could repeat it.”

Jean Rowe added: “These workshops are so creative and we have so much fun with Jackie. It was brilliant and my design was beautiful.”

Tutor Jackie, from Ashville Design, said: “All the ladies on these workshops never fail to inspire me. This particular design was great fun to make and will still be enjoyed well into the New Year. Well done everyone – outstanding performance!”

For details of upcoming workshops visit www.ashvilledesign.co.uk or call Jackie on 01460 67795 or 07906 259683.


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