This four week course is suitable for beginners or those with some experience of painting with watercolours and acrylics wishing to improve their skills. Students will be taught effective painting techniques using watercolours and acrylics. Paintings are based upon students own interests such as still life, flowers and landscapes. Students are welcome to bring their own materials, all essential materials and refreshments will be provided. Booking essential contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s OnFrom Spring Week and Autumn Week to garden workshops, Godinton is home to a great variety of fun and informative events.
This four week course is suitable for beginners or those with some drawing experience wishing to improve their skills. Students will be taught effective drawing techniques using pencil, ink pens, charcoal and mono-printing. Students are welcome to bring along their own materials, all essential materials will be provided along with refreshments. Booking essential contact Joel Ramsay email@example.com
Alan Hubbard, Assistant Head Gardener, will give you year round advice for the perfect green sward. Booking essential, £30.00 including coffee.
Enjoy a stroll around the garden, take in the amazing display of daffodils and fritillaries and then enjoy afternoon tea in the tearoom. Please note the house will not be open for guided tours.
Join Fiona Abrahams as she guides you through the gardening year on a monthly basis. Stay up to date with seasonal tasks, techniques to get the best results and practical activities. Draw inspiration from the beautiful gardens at Godinton as you watch the changes that each season brings. Contact Fiona Abrahams for more information. Fiona.firstname.lastname@example.org or 07941 580 613 £40.00 per session.
Practical demonstrations and advice on pruning and maintaining shrubs, trees and climbers. Learn some of the basic rules to understand when and how to care for and manipulate your plants for the best display. Booking essential, £55.00 including homemade lunch and refreshments.
Supporting the work of the National Garden Scheme. Tearoom open, no house tours.