Book Now for May - August 2019 Willow Sculpture Days &... watch BBC2's Twinstitute tonight!!

I’ve just opened bookings for the 14 Willow Animal & Basket Sculpture Days that I will be teaching May – August 2019 at Coates English Willow on the Somerset Levels.

Find all the details, including how to book by going to my Courses page.  Please book via my Online Make a Booking Enquiry Form.

Due to the demand, places on my Sculpture Days are only allocated on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis on receipt of both your completed Booking Enquiry Form and your full payment.  Once you have sent in your booking, please bear with me whilst I work through bookings on a strict date and time basis, (I have to do this for my own conscience!)  To secure your place/s, when you have received my email reply, that includes payment information, please do get back to me with payment asap!  For a better chance at obtaining a Willow Sculpture Day place /s, do let me know a 1st and 2nd choice of date, and if attending with family/friends, make one group booking.  Please bear with me whilst I process your booking, the only admin fairy that I have is myself and whilst she’s very efficient she’s also got to balance her admin alongside teaching/commissions and living!

Why release my next set of Willow Sculpture Day dates today?  I will be featured on BBC2’s Twinstitute programme  at 8.30pm this evening.  I’m involved in an experiment to see if creativity can really boost your brain power.  I’ll be teaching an identical twin how to create a willow owl.  With this amazing opportunity to promote willow weaving and with nearly all my January – April Willow Sculpture Days being fully booked, it would have been madness for me not to have my next set of dates up on my website.  Click here to find out more about Twinstitute Episode 4

Enjoy watching… I’m going to be doing so from behind a cushion!!!

ps. My featured image of a Willow Owl was created at by the talented Alexi Bardi at one of my Willow Bird Sculpture Days.  Alas I have no photo of the flying willow Owl that Brian the identical twin created during our experiment.  Brian is one of the lovely twins in the right hand photo – in which he may be on the left or right hand side!