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Bramley: Festive workshop creates handcrafted treasures

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…

On Sunday 11th December, local elves from the Bramley Grows group held a festive workshop at Bramley Lawn Social Centre, writes Debby Dean.

Christmas stockings galore at Bramley Lawn. Photo: Debby Dean
Christmas stockings galore at Bramley Lawn! Photo: Debby Dean

People were invited to drop in on a pay as you feel basis to learn how to make wreaths, Christmas stockings and light-up tree decorations.

Merry Christmas! Hard at work.  Photo: Debby Dean
Merry Christmas! Hard at work. Photo: Debby Dean

The event was well attended with plenty of fun, lots of smiles and a small mountain of mince pies to keep up energy levels!

Festive snowman - Made in Bramley! Photo: Debby Dean
Festive snowman – Made in Bramley! Photo: Debby Dean

Young and old alike went away with handcrafted treasures they could really feel proud of, using knowledge, skills, materials and resources drawn from the local area.

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Many thanks to all who attended for making it a really wonderful community event – We can’t wait to see your spruced up winter doors looking as friendly and interesting as the people who live behind them!



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