Hiking Stick Making Workshop – 16 May 2020
10.30 am – 4.30 pm Location: Whistlewood
Cost: £45 (including refreshments). Please bring a lunch to bring and share.
A limited number of concessionary places are available. Please check our Terms and Conditions to see if you qualify.
About the Hiking Stick Making Workshop
Make a traditional hiking or pilgrim stick, shepherd’s crook, hook or contemporary design stick from scratch. We will discuss the nature, purpose and use of hiking sticks as we cut our own green sticks in a local woodland. Then we will craft, shape and finish these or seasoned sticks (if preferred) to suit personal taste, all the while sharing the craic! Tools and finishing oils provided. Make a great present for yourself, a friend or loved one.
About Graham Truscott
Whistlewood director Graham Truscott has been involved with permaculture, caring for trees, carving pilgrim and hiking sticks for many years, sharing the skills he has developed along the way in workshops and individual tuition.