Art suppliers: H and J crafts Louth, The Range ( Boston, Grimsby, Lincoln), Ken Bromley (online) https://www.artsupplies.co.uk/
Watercolour Paper any size. If you are buying some I recommend - arches rough 140lb (300gsm). It’s a bit expensive, so if you are looking for an alternative just go for a quality rough paper such as Bockingford, Langton or Fabriano. Avoid paper sold by discount stores; it looks good but behaves badly!
Sketch pad ( just cartridge paper)
Charcoal , Pencil 6B and rubber
Rag - such as a bit of an old t-shirt
Board , Peg, Marg tub - for your paper, slightly bigger than your paper and peg to hold paper on board and a marg tub (empty!) to rest the board on. Alternatively just the paper pad and a marg tub.
Brushes (just 2) one big round one eg no 16 or no 18 (this brush should go to a point when you wet it) . H and J crafts Louth do sell watercolour brushes and one small one eg a rigger no 3.
Watercolour paints – tubes are better than pans. If you have got some already bring what you have; then we can work out any additional paints you might need. If you haven’t already got paints and are starting out; I recommend from the
Winsor and Newton Cotman range: Ultramarine blue , Raw sienna, Burnt sienna, Burnt Umber, Alizarin crimson, Cadmium red, Lemon yellow, Cadmium yellow
From the Winsor and Newton Artists quality range: Paynes grey ( needs to be Artists quality )
A few additional bits which aren't essential.
Black waterproof ink
Ceruleum Blue w/c, Intense blue w/c, Viridian green w/c, Sepia w/c
For flowers... permanent rose or rose madder (pink), windsor violet, Scarlet lake (red), Mauve, sap green