Booking Information

We are happy to answer any of your queries and provide you with additional information about our workshops or courses. Simply complete and submit the contact form on any of our pages or contact us by phone or email.

Phone 01562 888499 or 07989 606392




Our workshops are carefully designed to give you a relaxing, informative and creative experience and we provide everything you need include tools and equipment, flowers and materials. You do not need any prior experience and you will be guided each step of the way to complete your design to take home with you.


To book a half or whole day workshop complete the course enquiry form on this website.

Alternatively you can contact us on one of the phone numbers or by e-mail.

To secure your place we require a 50% deposit with the remaining balance payable on the day of the workshop. You will receive confirmation and full course details upon receipt of your deposit.

You will receive full joining instructions 1 week prior to the workshop date, confirming workshop start time and venue details.

All workshops include equipment, flowers and materials in the price, unless otherwise stated.

You may wish to bring a note pad and you are advised to wear comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes.

Refreshments are also provided as indicated in the workshop information.


Evening Courses

To secure your place on an evening course, please contact us to confirm your interest. The course will not run if minimum numbers are not achieved, so please ensure you reserve a place before attending.

Tuition fee payment for the full course must be paid in advance of the first session.

The evening course price covers the tuition fee only and you will be provided with a full list of materials to bring prior to each class session.

We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to Hagley Flower School.


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