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Watercolour Botanicals Masterclass

FESTIVAL MASTERCLASS: Join artist Harriet de Winton and paint your own floral wreath.

This watercolour floral wreath masterclass is ideal for all painting abilities. You will learn to paint watercolour plants and flowers in the new botanical style, resulting in a beautiful floral wreath. Afterwards you will head off with your very own wreath artwork.

Harriet de Winton runs hand painted wedding stationery company de Winton Paper co. She teaches watercolour courses throughout the year at River Cottage.

This masterclass will take place in the farmhouse from 3.30pm - 4.30pm.

Please note that you must have a Festival ticket in order to attend this masterclass.

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Further information...

This dining event is run from River Cottage HQ on the Dorset/Devon borders. Full address details of HQ will be provided once you have booked.

We are a licensed venue. We have a wide selection of the finest organic wines available to purchase.

Stay in our famous Farmhouse, click here. For other local accommodation click here.

This class is suitable for all levels. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult. We put these guidelines in place for the safety, comfort and enjoyment of all our guests.

We happily cater for allergies and intolerances so do let us know of any restrictions at the time of booking. We kindly request you do not specify dislikes or preferences as we would love you to try the dishes our chefs have specifically created for the event so you can experience the menu as it was intended. Please be aware that we use ingredients in our kitchens which include allergens so we cannot guarantee against contamination. If you would like to know the steps we take to minimise cross-contamination please call one of the team during office hours and we will be happy to assist.