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Christmas Crafts at Bluebell Lane

Bluebell Lane, 49 Tullymacreeve Road, Tullymacreeve, Mullaghbawn, Newry, Co Armagh, BT35 9RE
Ring of Gullion Autumn Fest23 - Willow weaving Christmas Crafts

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As part of the Ring of Gullion Autumn Fest 203, we are celebrating the lovely heritage craft of willow weaving; making little Christmas decorations around a big log fire with hot chocolate and mince pies.... It's never too early for 'you know what!' All tools and materials are provided.

There's a choice of two half-day workshops suitable for families with children aged 9 years and over; making it perfect for parent or grandparent and child.  Workshops take place at Bluebell Lane's woodland craft area, a bespoke timber roundhouse built under the gaze of the majestic Slieve Gullion.

There's onsite free parking and all amenities close to the workshop space. Please wear 'Irish-weather' clothing and suitable footwear for the short walk from the carpark. Download directions before leaving home as the phone signal and internet are poor in the Ring of Gullion.

This is a plastic-free workshop in keeping with our sustainable ethos in the beautiful Ring of Gullion.

Click here to find out more about the Ring of Gullion's Autumn Fest

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10 miles from Newry and Dundalk in the village of Mullaghban, County Armagh.

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