Introduction to Spoon making
4 hours £45 per person includes homemade refreshments.Ever wanted to create your own utensils from start? Then this is a great introduction.
We will help you select a piece of wood from the surrounding woodland and safely craft a spoon or spatula. While away the hours chatting and having fun.
Most Saturday mornings and other times by arrangement.
Fire making and cooking
The simple act of starting a fire literally from scratch is a wonderful way to feel reconnected to the natural world
Then building up the fire to cook over and eat completes the experience.
We will safely guide as you enjoy this simple act.
2 hours £32 per person includes homemade refreshments
Tue, Thu and Sat am
Rewild through Meditation and Mindfulness
The garden and nearby woodland are a great way of connecting with nature and feeling its calming influence. More and more evidence is showing how being around trees give us a sense of wellbeing.
We compliment rewilding with meditation and mindfulness to give you an authentic experience in the wild.
1 hour £25 per person includes homemade refreshments.
Tue, Thu and Sat am
Have you ever wanted to start a fire literally from scratch, cook over it and while away the time whittling the very utensils you’ll use to serve and eat with?
Then Bushcraft is for you.
Gemma is an accomplished artist whose true passions lie in photography painting and woodwork. The sculpture garden displays her work that you are more than welcome to view when here. Gemma loves to share her skills and guide people through the process of making their own wooden utensils to take home.
Steve is Gemma’s partner and an experienced guide in Bush craft as well as Meditation and Mindfulness. Steve lives at the Garden and is very familiar with its world; he regularly holds mediation and mindfulness events as well as Bushcraft and will be a great guide to compliment your stay.
All courses are only suitable for 21 years and over.
Price includes all tools and materials.
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