The Ruislip-Northwood Flower Arrangement Society (RNFAS) will be hosting two demonstration days soon, with visitors more than welcome to attend.
Floral design, or flower arrangement, is a long-standing art dating all the way back to Ancient Egypt, where a person puts together plant materials and flowers to create eye-catching and aesthetically pleasing displays.
Both events will be located at Fairfield Church Hall, on 2 Windsor Close in Northwood Hills. The first will take place on September 6, with arrivals expected by 7pm in time for a 7:30pm start. This session will be titled “Ikabana” and will be conducted by Samie Takahashi.
The next session will take place at the same time on October 4, and is titled “Miscellany”, organised and put together by David Thomson.
A spokesperson for the RNFAS said: “Come along and spend an enjoyable evening learning the art of flower arranging.”
Tickets will cost £9.