Sheep in the Brecks the last workshop from the Breaking New Ground Partnership

Norfolk Horn sheep grazing on Breckland heathland at Letch Moor. Picture: Chris Hill

Norfolk Horn sheep grazing on Breckland heathland at Letch Moor. Picture: Chris Hill - Credit: Archant

The last workshop from Breaking New Ground Partnership (BNG) will teach people how to make a shepherd's crook.

During its three years BNG have delivered a range of projects celebrating the heritage of the Brecks.

Those who attend Sheep in the Brecks, on Wednesday, August 16, will learn to carve a shepherd's crook out of hazel and ash.

Held by the Breckland Society, people will be able to take the crook home and all equipment is provided

Nick Dickson, BNG project manager said: 'This workshop represents one of the last opportunities to benefit from the free activities and training opportunities delivered by the BNG partnership.'

The session will be at the Iceni Academy, Methwold, from 9.30am until 3.30pm.

Places are limited and must be booked by e-mailing sheepinthebrecks@gmail.com

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