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Summer Sips and Seasonal Stems

Montalto Estate, Spa Road, Ballynahinch, County Down, BT24 8PT
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In the stunning surroundings of Montalto Estate, join us and learn how to make your very own Floral Summer Bouquet. This workshop is perfect for all levels and a lovely way to spend a couple of hours with friends or on your own.
Using seasonal blooms and a selection of homegrown foliage you will begin by preparing and conditioning your stems ready for arranging. You will then be shown the techniques and guided through the steps to make your own beautiful Floral Summer Bouquet.
During the Workshop, you will enjoy a glass of Aperol Spritz or Prosecco, the perfect addition to a summer evening.

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Adult£45.00 per ticket

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Season (2 Aug 2024)
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Friday18:00 - 20:00

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