Wood-turners, lovespoon-carvers, stick-makers, power tools and pyrography are just some of the attractions gathering together in the National Botanic Garden of Wales for a weekend of demonstrations and displays – on Saturday and Sunday January12-13.
The Garden’s popular Woodcraft Weekend runs from 10am-4.30pm both days and admission is just £4 per person.
There’s plenty to see and do over the Garden’s Woodcraft Weekend, including – pyrography demonstrations and children’s workshops by the international pyrography artist, Bob Neill.
There are also demonstrations and displays of powertools and woodturning products, by the likes of Blacksmith Nic Westermann, Isca Timber and local wood-working clubs.
See stunning daily flying displays from the new British Bird of Prey Centre, and warm up with the butterflies in the tropical Butterfly House, Plas Pilipala.