Day and Weekend Courses
Dates for Day and Weekend Courses
Prehistoric Cookery – Sat 24 September 2016
Natural Dyeing Weekend – Sat 17 September 2016
Natural Dyeing Weekend – Sat 20 August 2016
Printing with Plants – Sat 13 August 2016
Felting Weekend – Sat 30 July 2016
Natural Dyeing Weekend – Sat 02 July 2016
Prehistoric Cookery – Sat 11 June 2016
Natural Dyeing Weekend – Sat 14 May 2016
Felting Weekend – Sat 16 April 2016
Click on the links below for more details on any of the short courses
Here at Wild Rose Escapes, we run a programme of short courses throughout the year, either as stand alone courses or as tasters for our longer courses and holidays. If you live locally, or are just visiting the area, you may fancy doing something a little different. Join us for a weekend or a day.
All our short courses are listed below, however, we have not listed all our prehistoric cookery day courses as it is simpler to say;
Prehistoric Cookery Days are running most Thursdays from April through to October, from 10am until after supper. Prices include lunch and an evening feast! £75 per adult.
Prehistoric Cookery Weekends, £150 per adult, includes 2 lunchs and an evening feast. Sat 10am until after supper, Sun 10-4pm.
Felt-Making Days, £75 per person and includes lunch, running from 10am-4pm.
Felt-Making Weekends, £150 per person and includes lunch on both days, running from 10am-4pm.
Natural Dyeing Days, £75 per person and includes lunch, running from 10am-4pm.
Natural Dyeing Weekends, £150 per person and includes lunch, running from 10am-4pm.
Family courses and child prices
We are quite happy to run courses specifically for family groups, we offer family discounts including:
Prehistoric Cookery: Children under sixteen half price.
Under 16's half price for both day and weekend courses.
Below are the short courses we are running this year. Click on any of them for further information.
The woods is the perfect place for hand dyeing, as it is essential to have an outdoor fire to make our dye baths. Learn about local fleece, forage for plant dyes and use a mixture of houshold natural dyes and foraged plant dyes to produce a rainbow of colours.
Enjoy a weekend outdoors learning prehistoric techniques of cooking. Build an outdoor pit oven, forage for greens, learn to bake bread on hot stones and enjoy a nettle beer at the end of the day! (Suitable for adults and children).
The Highlands of Scotland are the perfect place to study the traditional craft of felt making. Our courses teach you craft skills in a stunning setting; Higher Crochail wood in Strathglass, on the edge of Glen Affric and near to Loch Ness.