Introducing the Studio Collection from Viners, a contemporary range of cutlery which has been popular since the early 1960's, it's the perfect cutlery choice for everyday dining and we've ten sets waiting to be won.
Paula Pryke has been teaching and inspiring florists, professional and enthusiasts alike, through her school courses since 1994.
As a natural teacher Paula loves to share her passion for the floral industry and her internationally renowned courses always book up fast. Paula prefers to be as hands on as possible so is only ever able to offer a limited number of school days and is thrilled to be running a school in her home county of Suffolk this autumn as well in London.
We've teamed up with Paula once again to offer our registered Newsletter subscribers the chance to attend the Paula Pryke Flower School worth £325. If you're not a registered member signed up to receive our email Newsletter, sign up here and you'll be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize.
These fun and enjoyable flower days are also inspiring. Learn from one of the best in the industry. The day starts at 10.30am with introductions over coffee and cakes. A lively demonstration from Paula follows where she teaches you 12 different designs and techniques. There is the opportunity to take video and pictures and to chat with Paula as she demonstrates. Its all very friendly and casual but the teaching is also very intense. You’ll be amazed at how much you learn in one day. Following a light lunch you will get the chance to make two items to take home. These items will use different techniques from the morning session. Paula uses the very best flowers sourced from around the world and you will get to learn flower design with some of the prettiest seasonal flowers. The day ends around 4.00pm.
For more about Paula’s flower school and to view her new website, offering luxury flowers for next day delivery, visit www.paulapryke.com
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