Wire Garden Sculptures - Geese at Quirky Workshops @ Greystoke Cycle Cafe
Susan has been making these wonderful handmade wire sculptures for the last nine years and takes workshops across Yorkshire, including at RHS Harlow Carr in Harrogate.
They are made out of galvanised chicken wire and are solid, sturdy, and designed to last for years in your garden.
They can be finished in a silver colour, green or bronze.
What to bring on the day
For those coming please bring 3 things:
A pair of needle nosed pliers.
Strong gloves - but not so thick as to be clumsy - the green type textured gardening gloves from B&Q are ideal.
Something to protect your lap - a strong/thick apron is good- or a piece of leather if you happen to have one? The cafe has some strong aprons to borrow.
Adult £75 including 2 course lunch and refreshments.
|Notes||The Cycle Cafe is a family-run tea garden with unusual opening times. Fri 12.00 to 18.00. Sat 10.00 to 18.00 and the second Sun of the month 10.00 to 18.00. We will serve any cyclists at other times with whatever we have, if of course we are about and available. Seasonal opening only, Apr to end Sep.|
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VenueQuirky Workshops @ Greystoke Cycle Cafe
Poplin Dub, Greystoke, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0UT
Map reference: NY 439312 Lat: 54.67273 Long: -2.87142
On the C2C Cycle route 200 yds north of Greystoke village green, direction Blencowe. We welcome all cyclists and walkers and ask all those with cars to walk the 350yds from the village car park around the Greystoke Castle walls.
We can offer parking in our driveway to cycle support vehicles and those attending our workshop days,
Bus links to Penrith and Keswick. Penrith railway station 5 miles
Parking : free
Nearest station : 5 miles (8.0 kms) from Penrith station
We have a ground floor toilet but not wide enough for wheelchair access.
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Self-assessed accessibility details
- Designated parking for guests with disabilities
- Within 50 metres approx. of entrance
- The surface of the car park and pathway leading to entrance:
- is gravel
- Drop-off point for guests outside entrance
- The route from the parking area to the entrance:
- Has steps and no ramp
- Steps to the main entrance
- Entrance is well lit
- Restaurant / cafe provide meals for visitors with special dietary requirements:
- Sugar free (diabetic)
- Gluten free (coeliacs)
- Lactose free (dairy free)
- Low potassium
- Low sodium
- Nut free
- Additive free
- Children's menu