Spend two days learning how to carve a beautiful and functional wooden tray. Taking inspiration from the traditional wagatabon trays that were once made by roof shingle makers in Wagatani village, Ishikawa prefecture in Japan - you will start with a fresh log and learn how to cleave, shape and carve a tray using simple hand tools.
24th - 25th June - Wooden Tray Carving with Jack Wheeler
Once booked, courses are non refundable.
All meals are provided on the course, along with unlimited tea, coffee and biscuits. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.
There is plenty of camping space and places to park small campervans. We have a hot shower and compost toilet on site.