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November Events | Dates for Your Diary

Since socialising is off the agenda, we want to help keep spirits high this season. So, we have organised two exciting virtual workshops for you to tap into LIVE on Instagram to help your creativity flow as he head on into the festive season.

Follow us on Instagram @gardentradingcompany for updates and to watch our upcoming events below.

Wreath Decorating Masterclass with Lindsey Kitchin

Tune into our Instagram LIVE next Thursday 12th November at 6pm GMT, as florist Lindsey Kitchin of @thewhitehorseflower takes us back to our childhood with a wreath decorating masterclass.

Lindsey began her journey into becoming a florist almost twenty years ago. The White Horse Flower Company began as a creative outlet - dabbling in flowers and working for a fellow event florist. Fast forward to 2020 she is now widely known for her loose, ‘just gathered’ style of wedding and event flowers. These days she also teaches fellow florists from around the world her loose, untamed, seasonally inspired floral style and likes nothing more than encouraging anyone to bring a little bit of the outside into their homes and workspaces. In October 2020 she launched “How To Do The Flowers” an online workshop intended for anyone wishing to try their hand at floristry and flower arranging.

Roasted Cauliflower Lentil Tabbouleh with Melissa Helmsley

The following week on Thursday 19th November at 6pm GMT, the wonderful chef Melissa Hemsley will be doing an Instagram takeover showing us how to make Roasted Cauliflower Lentil Tabbouleh. Learn from the very best.

Melissa is a self-taught chef, food columnist, best-selling cookbook author, real food activist and sustainability champion who is passionate about spreading the power of feel-good food. Feel-good food, for Melissa, is food that not only tastes delicious, it’s food that nourishes our bodies, food that’s grown with the seasons and with respect for the people who grow it. It’s food to be enjoyed and shared, and it’s food that is used to its full wholesome, nourishing potential with nothing wasted.