The BFA European Floristry School takes place once every 2 years around Mid August. Created for florists that want to immerse themselves in a few day of inspiration and learn new techniques to push the boundaries. Those attending the three days are taught by three of the best designers in the world who create floral art, introduce new concepts and share a range of designs including bridal work.
The Summer school always has a fantastic atmosphere with like minded florists that are embracing the new ideas. New friendships are formed and a fantastic time is had by all.
Students attending the school are provided with all the flower and sundries required (you can even take home what you don't use.) Those fortunate to attend the full course will spend one day with each tutor learning the tutors chosen subject and concept designs.
The atmosphere of the workshops are wonderfully relaxed, yet the work will stretch even the most experienced designer.
Moreton Morrell is a lovely college, based in the heart of Warwickshire countryside, with gardens are full of flowers and foliages ready to be explored, you can even cut materials from the grounds should you wish! Lunch is provided each day and tea and coffee are on tap. We usually have a sociable evening out altogether for something to eat and drink too. We are confident the EFS will prove to be a special place for learning and relaxation.
There are lots of B&B's and Hotels around if you require any further information please contact Tracy on the above details.
In the grounds of Moreton Hall, Moreton Morrell College in Warwickshire
Moreton Morrell College,
Sat Nav postcode: CV35 9BP
This event was fully subscribed in 2015, students had a fantastic time and were enquiring when the next one would be held before the weekend was over.
The European Floristry School took place on the 18th, 19th, and 20th August, where those attending the three days were treated to being taught by three of the best designers in the world to creating floral art, introduce new concepts and share a range of designs including bridal work.
The European Floristry School takes place once every 2 years and many of the participants that attended this year came to the previous school back in 2015.
The school was held at Moreton Morrell College, this beautiful countryside location was the perfect location with excellent facilities and grounds that the international tutors Mark Pampling from Australia, Moniek Vanden Berghe from Belgium, Nicu Bocancea from Romania as well as the student were delighted to be able to pick from.
The tutors arrived and preparations begun on Thursday, with such technical and intricate work there was much to do, we had an amazing team of helper who we're very grateful to: Vicky Raine, Rebecca Hough, Claire Hammond, Danielle Ellison, Jane Benefield were all super-stars our thanks go to them all.
Nicu one of our exceptional tutors joined us from Romania. His work is admired worldwide, for us he focused his attention on structures and frameworks that will left students you ore-inspired.
Karen Massey attended for the first time, she came over from Dublin and wasn't able to attend all this days this year, but still wouldn't have miss it for the world; "I had a great time at the BFA Summer School this year. Met so many lovely , like minded people. The course was really well organised, the venue is great. The tutors were fabulous, really friendly and really happy to share their knowledge. I learnt lots of little tips too. I can’t wait for next time and hope to be able to go for all three days! worth leaving my house at 3.30 am!"
Moniek vanden Berghe an internationally acclaimed designer and author from Belgium focused on what she is best known for, wedding work.
Khalida Bharmal from U-Floria wrote to us to give her thanks The course was really interesting and informative. Moniek is an amazing designer and tutor, very helpful with questions and her concept of design. She has a lot of patience and takes pride in putting all the designs together. It has given me an insight into exploring different ways of using materials to make the bridal bouquets and wrist corsages. Please thank the whole team for their amazing help.
Mark Pamling flew in from Austrailia, another world renowned florist. His creations, and those of his students were staged in the local church, an excellent venue to set off these exceptional designs. A specialist climber was arranged to be not only be on-hand to hang the designs in the church but also cut back tree sections for landscape work.
August 2015 saw some of floristry's biggest names come to the UK to share their skills with an audience of eager florists, flower enthusiasts and students. Natalia Zhizhko, Daniel Santamaria & Annette von Einem
The BFA reintroduced this popular event on UK floristry calendar after a break following many requests from it's members. The 2015 event was held in the grounds of Moreton Morrell College in Warwickshire who provided their outstanding facilities to host this fabulous event.
Three European Masters ran the workshops using their unique skills and creative techniques over three days. Students attending the school spent one day with each tutor learning the tutors chosen subject and concept designs. TO READ MORE ABOUT THE 2015 EUROPEAN FLORISTRY SCHOOL CLICK HERE
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