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Learn a traditional rural craft on Cannock Chase

By Staffordshire Newsletter  |  Posted: March 28, 2014

Learn a traditional rural craft on Cannock Chase
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CHANCES to learn a traditional rural craft and enjoy a spectacular spring show are on offer at a beauty spot near Stafford next month.

Cannock Chase AONB, the group which manages the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is hosting a willow weaving workshop on Friday, April 11. It will include lunch provided by a local farmer.

The session runs from 9am-3pm and tickets cost £20 or £15 for AONB members.

Emma Beaman, assistant AONB officer, said: "This day is a great opportunity to learn a new skill and to take your three creations home with you. It will be a fun and informative day, and willow objects make lovely garden ornaments and presents."

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On April 28 there will be an opportunity to view one of spring's most colourful visitors. A free bluebell walk will set off from Shugborough Hall at 11am.

To book willow weaving tickets or free places on the bluebell walk call 01785 619186.

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