02:45AM, Friday 29 November 2013
Shoppers can learn to make their own Christmas wreaths if they visit King Edward Court on Saturday.
It has all been organised by Windsor Rose and Horticultural Society which set up six Coronation arches made of willow wreaths on the Long Walk earlier this year.
The society has enlisted the help of Berkshire College of Agriculture to pass on their wreath making skills between 11am and 3pm. Wreath making kits at £20 with expert advice included will be on offer - or original hand made wreaths to snap up if you are busy for £30.
All proceeds will go to the Coronation Legacy Fund, sponsoring young people though horticultural college for the next 60 years.
The Coronation Legacy Fund has already raised £50,000 through the sale of the willow coronation arches that crowned the top of the Long Walk in September.
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