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Autumn Wreath workshop

Make a show stopping Autumn Wreath for your front door!

  • 19th September 2023 - 30th September 2023
  • 6:30 pm - 12:30 pm

Tuesday 19th September 6.30pm – 9pm

Saturday 30th September 10am – 12.30pm (SOLD OUT)

Want something to look forward to?  Then this is the workshop for you!  Autumn has arrived, and what better way to celebrate than a huge show stopper of a design for your front door!

From a moss base will decorate your design with dusky shades of autumnal flowers and foliage using a mix of dried and fresh (that way you get longevity). Physalis, Hydrangea, seed heads, lavender and herbs all mixed together with autumn turning foliage. The beauty of this design that the materials will dry whilst you are enjoying the design!    The base is an eco-friendly design that you can re-use time and time again…


The workshop includes all the flowers, foliage and materials that you need to complete the item(s).

We limit places to 12 students on all workshops.  Your tutor is an experienced florist with extensive teaching experience.

We teach step by step and the tutors will be helping you through each stage of the design.

You will be provided with tools to use during the session.   If you wish to purchase tools, we have these available and can be purchased during the session.

We suggest you bring your camera to take photos as a reminder of what you have learnt during the session.

We would recommend wearing  comfortable shoes and clothing that you don’t mind getting wet or dirty (as flowers involve a bit of both!)

This workshop is held at The Cambridge Flower School, Newton Hall, Newton, Cambridge CB22 7ZE.


The fee is £85.00.

You can book this workshop online or call us on 01223 655661.

Once you have booked your place(s) we will email you further details of the workshop including a location map with how to find the venue.



  • Accessibility Guide
  • Car Parking
  • On site parking

Accessibility Facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Staff available to assist

Did you know?

One of the oldest surviving buildings in Cambridge is the Leper Chapel on Newmarket Road. Also known as the Chapel of St Mary Magdalene, it dates back to the 12th century and was originally used as a place to isolate victims of leprosy.