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Beeswax Workshops

Kinedale Donkeys, 38 Chestnut Road, Ballynahinch, Down, BT24 8JQ
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About

Join us for a delightful and eco-conscious workshop at Kinedale Donkeys in Ballynahinch, where under the expert guidance of Amanda, you'll create beeswax firestarters, reusable beeswax food wraps and rolled beeswax candles. These sustainable creations will not only enhance your daily life but also make your evenings warm and inviting.

Workshop Details:

Dates: 4th Saturday of the month
Time: 2pm to 4pm
Location: Kinedale Donkeys, Ballynahinch

Meet Your Instructor: Amanda

Your workshop will be conducted by Amanda, a creative crafter, and a dedicated beekeeper with a passion for sustainability. As the loving mother of Robert, the owner of Kinedale Donkeys, Amanda brings her expertise and warmth to guide you through crafting beeswax items.

What to Expect:

In this engaging two-hour workshop, you'll craft a set of six beeswax firestarters wrapped in cotton and infused with natural fragrances like cinnamon and pine, as well as reusable beeswax food wraps that are perfect for keeping your food fresh and reducing single-use plastic waste. Enjoy a coffee break, meet the donkeys and friends before finishing by hand rolling candles.

Workshop Highlights:

Create Six Beeswax Firestarters: Craft a sustainable set of firestarters that not only light your fires but also fill your home with seasonal scents.

Make Beeswax Food Wraps: Craft reusable and eco-friendly food wraps that help reduce plastic waste in your kitchen.

Hand Rolled Candles: Roll at least two candles from beeswax sheets, to create tall tapered candles for candelabras.

Price: £38 per person

As always, we'll provide hot beverages and treats to keep you warm and refreshed during the workshop. Plus, you'll have the opportunity to spend time with our friendly donkeys and other animals, adding an extra layer of warmth and joy to your visit.

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Ticket£38.00 per ticket

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Opening Times

Season (23 Mar 2024)
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Saturday14:00 - 16:00
Season (27 Apr 2024)
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Saturday14:00 - 16:00
Season (25 May 2024)
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Saturday14:00 - 16:00
Season (22 June 2024)
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Saturday14:00 - 16:00

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Travel to Ballynahinch, follow signs for Dromore. Take the next right onto the Riverside Road, after 100 yds take the next left. Straight over the crossroads and we are the first yard on the left.

Public Transport Directions

You can access Ballynahinch by bus and then take a taxi for the mile to the farm or a walk will take 40 mins.

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