Christmas Wreath Workshops December 2021

Tyninghame Village Hall and Community

Christmas wreath-making workshops 2021

Friday 3rd Dec 7-9pm

Saturday 4th Dec 10-12noon

Saturday 4th Dec 3-5pm

Wreath Kit, collect Saturday 4th Dec 10am

Come and make a beautiful Christmas wreath. We will give a brief demonstration and provide the greenery, wire bases and florist wire. Just bring some additional baubles/colour etc to add your own touch. And some secateurs.

Coffee/tea and mince pies or similar. Booking Essential. Suggested donations £15 per head collected on the door.

We will set up the hall to ensure that the tables are distanced and the hall is well ventilated. You will need to book a table for the session to make your wreath. Tables can have a maximum of 4. Everyone will be required to wear a face mask whilst moving around, comply with hand hygiene requirements and provide contact details for Track & Trace.

We will create a good Christmas atmosphere with an open log fire, Christmas tree and cheesy music!

Booking is essential. Suggested donation adult £15 per wreath collected on the door. Children free

We are also offering a Christmas wreath kit for those not able to attend a workshop.

Option 1: Workshop in the Hall, Friday 3rd December 7pm-9pm. Register here.

Option 2: Workshop in Hall, Saturday 4th December 10am-12noon. Register here.

Option 3: Workshop in the Hall Saturday 4th December 3pm-5pm. Register Here.

Option 4;  Collect a Wreath Kit at 10am Saturday 4th December. Register here.

As usual, we will collect fresh greenery from Tyninghame House and Gardens and will provide a range of foliage, wreath frames, wire, twine, berries and gold and silver spray. Whichever format you prefer, you will need to supply your own ribbons and festive decorations to personalise your wreath.  You will also need your own secateurs and gloves as some of the greenery can be quite prickly.

Who knows we might even run a best wreath competition!! We have some lovely Christmas cards for sale showing last year’s wreath photos. These are on sale at the Wee Fair and at the Workshops. First come first served! Christmas cards for sale

We suggest a donation of around £15 per wreath. All funds go towards the upkeep and refurbishment of the Village Hall and running community events.

Christmas cards for sale

Tyninghame Christmas cards

Inside greeting: Happy Christmas

We will have these lovely Christmas cards for sale at our Bric-a-Brac event on Saturday 21 August. The collage picture depicts many of the Christmas wreaths which were made at the workshops we held in 2020.

Cost: £5 for a bundle of 5 cards

Sold in aid of Tyninghame Village Hall funds

Printed on paper from FSC managed forests.

Cards will be on sale at various Hall events or enquire by emailing tyninghamevillagehall@gmail.com

We plan to hold wreath making workshops on 3rd & 4th December this year.

Refurbishment update

Despite the hall being closed due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are keeping busy. The Tyninghame Village Hall and Community Committee has made a commitment to make improvements to the village hall. For further information on the refurbishments please see here.

We hope to be able to open up the hall again from 9 May 2021 when the refurbishments should be completed and restrictions have eased.

We would like to reassure all our future users that we take your safety very seriously. We have put in place a number of new hygiene and safety measures in the Hall to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We ask all those hiring and using the Hall to observe the current guidance on numbers attending Hall events, social distancing measures, the wearing of face-masks, etc. Documents relating to hire of the Hall can be found on the Booking Terms and Conditions page.

Please check https://www.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/ for current restrictions

 

Bat Survey

In February 2021 we insulated the central roof structure. Prior to this work, we commissioned a Bat Survey to find out if and where we had bats roosting in the Hall and what measures would be needed to protect them. You can read the full report here