We’ve suddenly realised that only Jane gets to see all your wonderful creations from our flower school workshops and short courses, we would love that more people would get the chance to see them. So we are hoping you will share your photos with your own and our social media communities to help spread the word that flower arranging is fun and rewarding and maybe inspire others to come along and have a go. In return we are offering you a chance to win a free flower school workshop of your choice*
HOW TO JOIN IN;
* When you attend one of our workshops take a photo of your design, at home or in the studio.
* All entries will be entered into a raffle at the end of each season to find the winner who will be picked at random
Its so easy to take part and spread the word of flowery fun and you could win a workshop of your choice to the value of £50!
We officially start our Winter edition in December through to February with the winner announced at the beginning of March, However for this first segment we are happy to accept any photo’s from previous times you have attended if you have the photos and these can be posted straight away.
Then we will do a Spring (March-May) , Summer ( June -Aug) and lastly Autumn (Sept – Nov) edition of the competition. Eden’s Post Your Piece competition will run for a full year with 4 winners, one for each season, winners announced at the beginning of the following month.
- The prize is non transferable and can only be used on a workshop not a short course or event. It will be your choice of class from our upcoming schedule of workshops to the value of £50.00, held in our St.James Street Studio.
- If you would like to take part but are not on social media you can email your full name and photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post on our page for you. However we would really appreciate if you do have social media that you post on your own page, tagging us and the all important hast-tag so that your friends etc can see that what we do, helping us to spread the word of our wonderful local flower school