Christmas Wreath Making with Kingstanding Food Community

Spend an afternoon with us at the Kingstanding Food Community Cafe (Kingstanding Wellbing Centre) and have some fun making xmas wreaths out of willow.  Course Leaders Alan Bale and Stephanie Adelaar will take you through the process of  making a wreath using willow which we then have fun decorating with natural materials.

This is a course for Kingstanding Food Community Volunteers only. If you wish to book your place on this course please contact a member of KFC staff for more information (Alan or Chris) or contact them via the KFC Facebook page.

This workshop has been funded by Forest Schools Birmingham.

Basket Weaving with Kingstanding Food Community

Spend an afternoon with us at the Kingstanding Food Community Cafe (Kingstanding Wellbing Centre) and have some fun making baskets out of willow.  Course Leaders Alan Bale and Stephanie Adelaar will take you through the process of  making a basket using willow step by step with a simple and flexible weave technique. You will also end up with your own hand made willow basket to take home with you.

This is a course for Kingstanding Food Community Volunteers only. If you wish to book your place on this course please contact a member of KFC staff for more information (Alan or Chris) or contact them via the KFC Facebook page.

This workshop has been funded by Forest Schools Birmingham.

Jam Making with Kingstanding Food Community

Spend a day with us at the Kingstanding Food Community Cafe (Kingstanding Wellbing Centre) and have some fun making fruit jams. Look at natural ways of adding pectin without using Jam Sugar and which fruits need an extra pectin boost. Course Leader Alan Bale will take you through the process of jam making step by step and you will have some jam to take home with you!

 

This is a course for Kingstanding Food Community Volunteers only. If you wish to book your place on this course please contact a member of KFC staff for more information (Alan or Chris) or contact them via the KFC Facebook page.

This workshop has been funded by Forest Schools Birmingham.