Spithurst Road, Barcombe, East Sussex, BN8 5EB, UK. Tel: 01273 400606
with Laura Beale
11am to 3pm
includes coffee, cake, soup and bread
Thursday 9th August 2018
Laura will demonstate how to
prolong the life of cut flowers, how
to use floristry tape and create a flower bowl. You will make a hand tied bouquet and a table decoration to take home. All flowers and materials are included.
10am to 4pm - £85
Includes coffee, cake, lunch and wine
Thursday 23rd August 2018.
One-to-One mentoring sessions
Tel: 01273 400606 E-mail: email@example.com
3 day course - Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday July 31st, 1st and 2nd August 2018
Max of 10 people - £425 - Includes coffee, cake, lunch and wine and a late afternoon excursion to Charleston Farmhouse
Bradness Garden You are welcome to enjoy your tea and cake in our garden
If you love plants and flowers and enjoy seeing wildlife in your garden, this course will provide a fascinating insight into bees, what happerns inside a hive and what they need to survive. It will also help if you are inclined to small scale natural garden bee keeping. It is not a course on formal bee keeping.
2pm to 4.30pm - £45
Includes tea or coffee andcake.
Tuesday 21st August 2018
Bradness Gallery Opening Hours
Bradness Gallery is open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday from 11am to 5.30pm.
Visitors to the gallery can enjoy fresh Small Batch coffee, teas, home made cakes and the garden.
For our winter break we will be closed from 5.30pm on Sunday 17th December 2017.
We will re open at 11am on Friday 2nd February 2018
If you wish to visit the gallery outside these hours, please get in touch to arrange a time.
You are invited to a very special
of new paintings
by Michael Cruickshank
to celebrate his 60th birthday and 37 years working as a painter
Everyday from 11am to 5.30pm - Friday 8th to Sunday 17th December
Macmillan coffee morning - 10am to 1pm - Thursday 14th December
Carol singing - 6pm to 8pm - Thursday 14th December - mulled wine and mince pies
Running concurrently will be an exhibition of new Lampshades and Flower Paintings
by Emma Burnett