The Teasses ‘Countryside Classroom’ has been developed as a series of workshops aimed at sharing our team’s botanical and gardening knowledge with the wider public. We also run events focused on estate management topics and creative arts such as photography. The ‘Countryside Classroom’ offers a range of workshops to include beginners’ classes, garden design and seasonal themes. More information on our current workshops, is available below – please don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions, suggestions or enquiries.
Teasses Hallowe’en Spooky Trail
October 30th, 2021 | Slot 1 : 16:00-17:30 |Slot 2: 18:30-20:00
If you enjoyed our virtual Ghostly Tales last year, you won’t want to miss our Spooky Hallowe’en Trail at Teasses this year! Our storyteller will lead a creepy crawl through our gardens, telling the tales of spooky goings-on. Don’t be surprised if you spot a ghostly figure peeking out of the house windows…some of past owners might still be around! At the end of the trail we will meet back in the Walled Garden for some light refreshments. This event is family and kids-friendly. Please bring a torch with you and wear suitable outdoor footwear.
Due to car parking capacity, we will be running this event twice, in two slots (16:00 and 18:30). To make sure everyone can access the event we will be charging this ‘by car’ instead of per person and 25 car spaces will be available per each slot.
PRICE: £20.00 per car / maximum 25 cars per slot
Christmas Wreath Making with Jill
December 4th, 2021 (11:00 – 13:00 & 13:45 -15:45)
We are delighted to welcome the wonderful Jill from Flora Alba at Teasses for a festive Wreath Making Workshop.
Jill will be running 2 sessions (11:00-13:00 & 13:45 – 15:45) of this workshop in our Peach House in the Walled Garden. Using only the best seasonal greenery, sustainably sourced locally in Fife, including from Teasses Estate. Greenery will include eucalyptus, a selection of conifers including Scots pine and berried holly. A wide selection of natural decorations and beautiful ribbons to enhance your lovely wreath will also be provided. No floristry experience necessary – just bring an apron and a pair of secateurs with you.
Fuller information on the workshop is available on Jill’s Eventbrite pages – just click the “book” options on the left.
The workshop will run during our Christmas Market, so please use the entrance via main house gates and walk to the Walled Garden.
Teasses Christmas Market 2021
December 4th, 2021 (11:00 – 16:00)
Join us for a day of Christmas merriment in the gardens at Teasses.
There will be food and drinks stalls in the Stables Courtyard and a craft market in the beautifully wintery Walled Garden. Music, story telling and even a special apparition by Santa! After missing our Christmas Market last year, we cannot wait to welcome the event back at Teasses and we look forward to spending a festive day out with you all.
Free admission via the Main House gates and dogs on leads welcome. (Please don’t use the farm entrance unless you are a stall holder).
Any questions, please drop us a line at [email protected]
Sustainable Wreath Workshop
Hosted by Natasha from Tupelo Tree
December 11th, 2021 (10:00 – 12:30 and 13:00-15:30)
We are delighted to welcome Natasha from Tupelo Tree at the Walled Garden at Teasses for an inspiring Sustainable Wreath Workshop. Join Natasha for a morning or afternoon of wild wreath making with seasonal foliage, foraged textures + dried flora, locally sourced + foraged. Make all the mess you like and have fun creating your own door wreath in this idyllic setting. A percentage of each sale going towards protecting + preserving our ancient Scottish woodlands through Woodland Trust.
Natasha will be running 2 sessions at Teasses and you can find more information about the workshop on her website or by clicking the “Book” button below.
The Floristry Workshop with Craig was an absolute delight. Walking round the beautiful garden, the group collected a huge variety of flowers, then were shown how to create at least two amazing bouquets. A thoroughly enjoyable event, my second workshop at Teasses, and I look forward to the next one in September. Thank you - and the cake was delicious too.Anne
Had a wonderful, if slightly damp, morning. Had the run (except for the poisonous and extremely rare flowers) of the garden for cutting. Enough for 3 enormous bunches. Great time!Rona
My husband and I attended your open day this afternoon and I thought that I should make contact to let you know that we thoroughly enjoyed the event.
We had never been to Teasses Estate before and of course found it to be a stunning location.
This is the first 'event' that we have attended since the covid pandemic started and I am pleased to say that we both felt comfortable and safe with the number of people in the setting, the general tranquil ambience that was prevalent and the measures that had been put in place to minimise the risk of transmission of the virus.
It was lovely to be able to appreciate a sociable afternoon with friends, experience some of the activities and entertainment that was laid on, enjoy the summer weather and stunning scenery and feel totally relaxed.Dawn
Ticket in hand.
Once again thank you so much for your fantastic customer service.Sue
I went on the Summer Solstice walk through the gardens and woods last night led by Craig, the Head Gardener. His knowledge of the flora, fauna and history of the Estate was delivered with enthusiasm and a love of his surroundings. I'd recommend a visit.Alicia