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Wreath-making is not just for Christmas

Dunelm, the UK's leading homewares retailer, is inviting the Gloucester community to attend a crafty, in-store wreath-making workshop for charity next week.

Wreath-making is a trend that has grown in popularity beyond just Christmas, with decorative door-scaping becoming an all-year-round craze for homeowners across the UK, which is why Dunelm are keen to give people the skills to make their own.

The exclusive session is being hosted by popular Instagram personality, Laurie Davidson, of @lifeofaninteriorstylist, an interior stylist and journalist with over 20 years' experience.

The two-hour long workshop will take place on Monday, 15th August at Dunelm's Gloucester store from 12pm and crafters of any skill level, from beginner to advanced, are welcome to join.

Dunelm customers receive expert training in how to refresh their front doors with their very own personalised wreaths.

Tickets cost just £10, the proceeds of which will be donated to Dunelm's charity partner, Mind. The two organisations have worked together since 2021 to raise awareness and reduce the stigma often associated with mental health, with Dunelm raising over £560K for the charity so far.

For more information and to buy tickets for the workshop, please visit the Dunelm Gloucester Community Facebook group 

To find out more about Dunelm's partnership with Mind, please visit: https://www.dunelm.com/info/about/charity 

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