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Pumpkin Succulent Planters at Down County Museum

Down County Museum, The Mall, English Street, Downpatrick, County Down, BT30 6AH
Pumpkin Succulent Planters

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Pumpkin Succulent Planters

Autumn means pumpkins! So, for something different, come along to this fun and funky workshop where you will combine pumpkins and plants to create a beautiful pumpkin centrepiece using moss and succulent cuttings that will last throughout autumn and beyond (you can plant the succulent cuttings after the pumpkin has gone!).

No waste and no pumpkin carving required just a relaxing time creating your own beautiful pumpkin and succulent showpiece!

Tutor: Joanne Donnelly

Date: Saturday 28 October

Price: £40/£35 concession

Venue: Down County Museum

Time: 1 - 3pm (materials included)

Time: 1 - 3pm (materials included)

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Ticket£40.00 per ticket
Concession£35.00 per ticket

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