A wooden hay rake is an iconic rural tool and perfect accompaniment to the scythe when managing wildflower meadows.
On this workshop you will learn to split and shape the components for lightness and strength using an axe, drawknife and some specialised tools to make a balanced and ergonomic rake.
No previous experience necessary.
Tutor Steve Tomlin has made a name for himself in the scything and greenwood world. This is a rare chance to learn a time honoured skill and help keep these beautiful tools from disappearing.
£10 should be brought to the course and paid to the trainer on the day.
There are no charges for courses if you are unemployed or in full time education, (proof required*). If there is charge for materials you will be expected to pay this and cash should paid to the trainer on the day.
*See Terms and Conditions in event description
Meal breaks: Please bring a packed lunch and a flask.
What to wear: Stout boots and warm, waterproof clothes.
Age Limit: Courses are designed for 18years and over. If you are under 18, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss other opportunities.
Location: Stott Park Bobbin Mill LA12 8AX
Map to venue: Can be found at:
Postcode: LA12 8AX
Grid Ref = SD 372881
It is your instructor's responsibility to ensure your safety. In the event of exceptionally poor or dangerous weather conditions the course may need to be cancelled.
Please note that we are unable to offer refunds for any part of a course altered at short notice because of the weather.
Please contact Rebecca at email@example.com or your instructor if you have any questions.
Terms and Conditions
Course Fees - Concessions
Courses are free if you are unemployed or are in full time education. These discounts relate to course fees only, materials costs still apply. Money for materials should be brought to the course and given to the trainer directly on the day.
Applying for the Unemployment or Student Discount
If you want to apply for the unemployment, or student discount, please send us proof of your eligibility within seven days of your booking a course. You can send this to us via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send via post to:
Sharon Callaghan, Rusland Horizons, LDNPA Southern Office, Saunderpot, Haverthwaite, LA12 8AB,
If you have not supplied proof within the required seven days, you will be charged the full amount for the course.
We can accept copies of the following documents:
Proof that you are receiving Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)
Letter on headed paper from your JobCentre Plus confirming your status
Certificate of student status provided by your university, college or school.
Letter on headed paper signed by your tutor, head tutor, dead of department or University / College administration staff member.
In order to receive a full refund, you must notify us 30 days of the course start date that you are unable to attend.
We are unable to offer refunds for any part of a course altered at short notice because of the weather.