Traditional & Contemporary Willow Weaving.
Baskets, Living Willow, Sculptures, Garden Features, Demonstrations, Magical Willow Workshops, Courses & Commissions.
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We specialise in working with individuals, community, conservation/environment groups and schools to create willow structures that enhance parks, school grounds and gardens. We also work to commission and can create unique and durable living structures for play, shelter or habitat. We teach courses throughout the UK and run a wide range of willow courses at countryside locations for children and adults. We have worked with organisations such as the The Lake District National Park Authority, The National Trust, The Great North Forest, Groundwork Trust, Surestart, Natural England, BTCV, The Environment Agency, The RHS and Horticultural Colleges.
Our Magical Willow Workshops are for children to learn about the natural environment and create faerie garlands, wands, stars and creatures using willow and other materials such as ribbon, leaves, glitter and pine cones.
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Garden Projects – we have been involved with many award-winning garden projects
TRENTHAM GARDENS 2015 Willow Weavers in Residence creating Giant Stags, Stars and Globes
TATTON PARK RHS FLOWER SHOW 2015 – Magical Willow Area, Certificate of Merit
TRENTHAM GARDENS 2014 Willow Weavers in Residence
TATTON PARK RHS FLOWER SHOW 2014 Show Feature – Willow Woodland Feature, Certificate of Commendation
HAMPTON COURT RHS FLOWER SHOW 2013 Show Feature – Magical Willow. Certificate of Commendation
TATTON PARK RHS FLOWER SHOW 2013 Show Feature – Magical Willow. Certificate of High Commendation
WIGAN COUNCIL BRITAIN IN BLOOM 2012 – Animal Sculptures
TATTON PARK RHS FLOWER SHOW 2012 Show Feature – Magical Willow. Certificate of High Commendation
TATTON PARK RHS FLOWER SHOW 2010 Show Feature – Living Willow Sculpture. Commended
TATTON PARK RHS FLOWER SHOW 2007 – Classic Landscapes of Sale, Suttons Growing for Health Garden
Designers: Kevin & Suzanne Dunne (Classic Landscapes of Sale)
Sponsor: Suttons Seeds – willow scarecrow
HAMPTON COURT RHS FLOWER SHOW 2007 GOLD MEDAL – Department for Education and Skills
The Growing Schools Garden – learning outside the classroom. Designer: Chris Beardshaw
Sponsor: Department for Education and Skills – willow sow and piglets
CHELSEA RHS FLOWER SHOW 2005 GOLD MEDAL – The Cumbrian Fellside Garden. Designers Kim Wilde and Richard Lucas – living willow arbour, willow heartgate, hearts, willow blackbird and willow fencing
TATTON PARK RHS FLOWER SHOW 2002 SILVER GILT – Acquired Taste. Designed by Garden Envy (Jo Capstick and Nicky Saddington) – willow arch, willow bird sculpture
CHELSEA RHS FLOWER SHOW 2001 GOLD MEDAL – The Diversity of the Genus Salix. Capel Manor College – live willow plants, baskets, willow piglet
SILVER GILT – Gardening Which? Beetlemania – how wildlife helps & hinders in the garden. living willow arch
TATTON PARK RHS FLOWER SHOW 2001 BRONZE MEDAL – East meets West for S & R Landscapes. willow portal, willow fencing
We have been working on ‘Living Shade’ projects in Sefton, Houndslow and Cleveland and ‘Britain In Bloom’ projects in Southport, Whitehaven and Hawkshead.
We are happy to facilitate willow projects great and small, for museums, parks, local authorities, landscaping and gardens. Living willow sculpture has become a very popular garden art form that provides both interest for people and habitat for wildlife. Domes, tunnels, arbors & screening can be made using live willow rods.
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