Hazel Hill is a beautiful, secluded 70-acre wood and sustainable retreat/education centre, seven miles from Salisbury, offering unique scope for people to deepen their connection with nature and learn about living renewably.

Our events programme includes retreats, conservation, men’s and women’s groups, and the wood is available for group bookings. The facilities include indoor group room and large kitchen, heated bedrooms and sleeping lofts, good showers, compost loos, along with beautiful outside spaces, camping area and hot tub.  We can offer a range of teaching inputs and conservation projects on programmes for external clients.


Coming up soon at Hazel Hill Wood:

July 24-26 2015: Family Conservation Weekend – Led by Marcos Frangos and the Hazel Hill team.  Join us for our summer Family Fun & Conservation Weekend. This magical 70 acre woodland retreat provides a beautiful space away from the hustle and bustle of daily life to be in contact with nature, with our families and to make new friends.

Costs, including food and accommodation: £70 adults, £50 concessions and under 18’s. For bookings and enquiries, please contact Marcos Frangos at marcosfrangos@rocketmail.com or mobile 07881 425 804.  Click here for detailed info.

Recent Posts

NOURISHING RESILIENCE: professionals need this too

Average daily life and work seems to get more uncertain and demanding for all of us: that includes the professional practitioners who are paid for their expertise in change management, resilience coaching and more. I include myself in this professional group, and my resilience skills are getting stretched and challenged every week.

Hazel Hill WoodWisdom Tree is a small team of professionals helping individuals, work organisations and communities to increase their resilience skills, so their wellbeing can thrive in these challenging times.  The key to our approach is using the natural ecosystem at Hazel Hill as a model of resilience.  On July 21, Wisdom Tree is hosting a day at the wood for professionals, helping them to nourish their own resilience and then take this into their work communities.  The day is aimed both at freelance individuals and those employed within work organisations.  For more details click here

  1. Manfulness, Mindfulness, Music and More Leave a reply
  2. Pondering, pootling and pottering by the pond! Leave a reply
  3. Tap into your own ‘Wellspring of Wellbeing’ Leave a reply
  4. Seeing the point of woodland conservation… Leave a reply
  5. Compost loos: a lesson in resilience Leave a reply
  6. ‘Like One Big Family’ Leave a reply
  7. 50 Shades of Twilight: The Magic of a Wood in Spring Leave a reply
  8. Unwinding with Trees Leave a reply
  9. Growing Natural Resilience: how can we learn from ecosystems Leave a reply