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Bridle Making Workshop (Two Days)

Bridle Making Workshop (Two Days)

Starts: Sunday, 28 November 2021, 12:00 am
Ends: Sunday, 28 November 2021, 12:00 am
Bridle Making Workshop (Two Days) Make your own bridle in this workshop with Bob Edwards Prerequisite: Nil Requirements: Please wear closed-in shoes, long trousers and sleeves. Our Bridle Making Workshop has a maximum of eight participants. On the weekend Join Churchill Fellow Bob Edwards, who has been a local saddler for over 50 years for this two day workshop and create your own leather bridle. At the end of the weekend, you will have completed your own custom piece. How to book Book now via QTIX or please contact Cobb+Co Museum on +61 (07) 4659 4900. Please see our full Hands On Workshops Terms and Conditions. Spectators are welcome at all workshops.
Add to Calendar 2021-11-28 12:00 am 2021-11-28 12:00 am Bridle Making Workshop (Two Days) Bridle Making Workshop (Two Days) Make your own bridle in this workshop with Bob Edwards Prerequisite: Nil Requirements: Please wear closed-in shoes, long trousers and sleeves. Our Bridle Making Workshop has a maximum of eight participants. On the weekend Join Churchill Fellow Bob Edwards, who has been a local saddler for over 50 years for this two day workshop and create your own leather bridle. At the end of the weekend, you will have completed your own custom piece. How to book Book now via QTIX or please contact Cobb+Co Museum on +61 (07) 4659 4900. Please see our full Hands On Workshops Terms and Conditions. Spectators are welcome at all workshops. 27 Lindsay Street, East Toowoomba , QLD , 4350 , Australia
27 Lindsay Street, East Toowoomba , QLD , 4350 , Australia
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