Make a wreath at scenic Denbigh hayshed in Cobbitty

Get working: The wreath-making workshop will be held at the iconic Denbigh hayshed in Cobbitty. Picture: Susie McIntosh
Get working: The wreath-making workshop will be held at the iconic Denbigh hayshed in Cobbitty. Picture: Susie McIntosh

You can get into the Christmas spirit and have a picturesque family day out at a timely upcoming wreath-making workshops at Cobbitty's Denbigh Farm.


The festive workshop, run by a trio of florist sisters, will be held in the iconic Denbigh hayshed, where popular drama series Doctor Doctor is partly filmed.


The hayshed is more than 100 years old and has been restored to top condition.

Denbigh owner Susie McIntosh said the workshop was a great opportunity to get out and do something fun before Christmas, and support local business.

"A friend of ours is a florist and asked if she could hold the workshop at Denbigh with her sisters," she said.

"They're all local, young girls, and we were of course happy to hold the event.

"If you love flowers and love making things, you'll get a lot of satisfaction out of making your own wreath and learning about the craft from people with a lot of experience in floristry.

"It will be a fun day out at a great location."

Ms McIntosh said there were already a few bookings for the workshop, which includes light refreshments, a gold hoop for your wreath, flowers and leaves for styling and a box for wreath storage.

The wreath-making workshops cost $150 per person or $250 groups of two.


The events are run by Ellie, Renee and Rebecca Papadatos through their business Paper and Petals.

The first workshop will be held on Sunday, December 6 at 11am.

Bookings are essential to secure your place.

For more information about the workshops and to making a booking, visit www.paperandpetals.com.au.

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