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Strangford Lough Viking Festival - Jewellery Workshop Strangford

Strangford Castle, Castle Street, Strangford, County Down, BT30 7NE
Strangford Lough Viking Festival

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Valhallas Silver utilise authentic Nordic artifacts and designs and turn them into desirable jewellery pieces that sell worldwide. They designed and crafted the ‘Viking bling’ for the stars in the new action movie Northman that will be released in spring 2022. In each workshop, artisan and craftsman Connor Sweeney will take you through the ancient jewellery making techniques. At the end of the workshop, you will be the proud owner of a solid silver pendant or ring.

No experience necessary.

All equipment provided.

No food. 

Festival terms and conditions can be found on www.lakesvikings.com/strangford-lough-viking-festival

Most of the events in the festival are wheelchair accessible. If you have a question about a specific venue, please email events@lakesvikings.com

All providers will adhere to Covid-19 safety guidelines in accordance with government advice, visit nidirect.gov.uk for the latest guidance.

Images supplied by Lakes Vikings, photo credit to Ciara McMullen Photography.

 

 

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