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Working with Wire FREE training for group and activity leaders

be inspired by nature

work with wire artist Celia Smith

learn how to work with wire and how to create something beautiful from it!

increase your confidence in working with wire with groups

More about taking part FOR FREE, which will include: •

One day training at RSPB Leighton Moss on Friday 31st January. 10am—4pm

Working with artist Celia Smith

A spot of bird and nature watching - practicing ‘sketching’ with wire

Making wire wetland creations with Celia’s expert advice and support.

Create something of your own to take away

Contribute to a group piece, that will go on display for others to enjoy.

Top tips for working with wire—and how to get the best out of a group

Where to source wire

Introducing the artist – Celia says: “I use wire to create sculptures. Birds are my main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is my primary concern. I find that wire has a spontaneity that can give my sculptures a feeling of life and energy.”

For more information, or to book your place, please contact: Tania Crockett, Morecambe Bay Community Engagement Officer, RSPB Leighton Moss, Silverdale, Carnforth, LA5 0SW. Email: Tel: 01524 703013 Morecambe Bay Wire Wetlands is a week long project, working with 5 different groups, and forms part of : RSPB Leighton Moss Hide and Seek project; The Morecambe Bay Limestones & Wetlands Nature Improvement Area (NIA) The NIA is an exciting new partnership project by the Morecambe Bay Local Nature Partnership, which aims to deliver a step change for nature. It is supported by Natural England, Defra, DCLG, Environment Agency and Forestry Commission

Working with wire free art training  
Working with wire free art training