Woodland crafts brought to life in Worcester

John Anyon 2/3/14 09145335 Mike Paddock works his 8 year old Brabant Stallion, Remco, at Worcester Woods Country Park on Sunday, Tushing (hauling) timber (4338324)

John Anyon 2/3/14 09145335 Mike Paddock works his 8 year old Brabant Stallion, Remco, at Worcester Woods Country Park on Sunday, Tushing (hauling) timber (4338327)

John Anyon 2/3/14 09145335 Mike Paddock works his 8 year old Brabant Stallion, Remco, at Worcester Woods Country Park on Sunday, Tushing (hauling) timber (4338322)

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ANCIENT woodland crafts were brought to life at Worcester Woods Country Park at the weekend.

Young and old got the chance to see heavy horses at work along with willow weaving, wood turning and craft stalls at the Woodlands Alive event on Sunday, March 2.

Tanya Feasey from the country park said the event had gone very well.

"The weather wasn't great but in between the showers a lot of people turned out," she said.

"The horse was a big hit, as it always is.

"I just wish the weather had been a bit more like it was on Saturday."

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