You can make a sustainable festive wreath in Northern Quarter this Christmas 

Beaumont Organic on Hilton Street has the perfect Winter pastime for craft lovers this season.

By Emma Davidson | Last updated 14 June 2023

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Taking place on a chilly Sunday afternoon in December, Beaumont Organic will host a wreath making workshop is sure to get you in the festive spirit. 

Running from 1pm – 3pm on Sunday 4th December, florist, Holly Marsden will guide you through the necessary techniques to craft your very own fully compostable and sustainable dried Winter wreath.

All materials will be locally sourced with an emphasis on sustainable practice, so that the wreath can be reused and repurposed for years to come. 

It can be left up all year round, or brought out every Christmas, making it the ideal addition to any mantlepiece, entrance hall or space in need of brightening.

The sustainable element of the workshop is very much in keeping with the ethos of Beaumont Organic. Launched in 2008 by Hannah Beaumont-Laurencia, the store is a modern womenswear specialist that sets a benchmark for responsible retail, with the focus on both ethically and sustainably made and sourced items. 

More than just lip service in an age when it’s cool to be kind to the planet and its people, the store, buyers and designers are committed to asking questions about their processes and those of suppliers, creating better approaches to waste while empowering customers to make informed choices with true transparency in terms of impact on the world.

Tickets for the wreath workshop are £75 per person and can be purchased online via the link below.


Sustainable floral wreath workshop

Date: Sunday 4th December
Time: 1pm – 3pm
Venue: Beaumont Organics
Price: £75