A day-into-night class from the cobbled streets of Haworth where Emily Brönte wrote a favourite winter poem: The Night is Darkening Round Me. With photographer Éva Nemeth and Simply By Arrangement.
Spend the late morning appreciating the cobbled streets in the village of Haworth. Perhaps start at the top of the hill at the Brönte Parsonage museum and wander down through the shops, stopping to browse or for coffee before joining us at 1pm in a private room at renowned local eatery The Hawthorn (www.thehawthornhaworth.co.uk).
The main theme of the afternoon is to create natural winter arrangements to dress your home and also to learn how to capture those cosy winter moments on your camera or phone. We’ll be sustained by hot drinks – including something mulled – and sampling some traditional festive offerings from Hungary and Yorkshire
The afternoon will conclude at 5pm with cocktails and a festive dinner around the table that we have all created, and we’ll leave for home when the cobbles are lit up and the scent of woodsmoke fills the air.
Guests can expect to take home a table arrangement and natural wreath and to learn the art of taking evocative photographs in winter. In the days afterwards a winter print from our afternoon will be posted out too.
Places limited to 6.
Please fill in the form below or call me on 07772518298 if you would like to discuss booking this workshop.