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Volunteer Conservation Days 2019

Saturday 24th August
Friday 6th September
Friday 4th – Saturday 5th October
Friday 1st November
Friday 6th December

Join us and contribute to valuable nature conservation work at Hazel Hill Wood. Our Volunteer Conservation Days give you the opportunity to develop new skills, meet people and get active in a relaxing and nourishing environment. 

Woodland Resilience Immersions for Healthcare Professionals

25th – 26th September 2019

The endless grind between rising demands and shrinking resources puts many health professionals at risk of depletion or burnout. Woodland Resilience Intensives offer a different way to gain new insights and skills, to raise your resilience and nourish your wellbeing.

You can expect an array of new, practical resilience skills which you can use and share with colleagues, even when time is very short; a sense of renewal and resourcing; fresh insights into systemic issues of stress and burnout for your team and the wider organisation.

Click here for more information


Landscapes of Change: Retreat Series 2019/20


11th – 12th September 2019
13th – 14th November 2019
5th – 6th February 2020

Inspired by our work together over the past two years at Hazel Hill Wood, we are delighted to announce our 2019/20 series of personal and professional development retreats, Landscapes of Change Through the Seasons.

Our deep wish is to bring people together in community to curate what it means to live and work with coherence and integrity, whatever your context and whatever challenges you face. Constellations and other embodied methods remain at the heart of our approach.

You can learn more, including details of how to book, here.

Please note that these events are not operated or managed by Hazel Hill Trust.


Autumn Conservation Weekend

4th – 6th of October 2019

An opportunity to spend the weekend at the magical Hazel Hill Wood and learn about the different conservation and forestry efforts that go into maintaining the woodland for the benefit of all its inhabitants. You will get the opportunity to get stuck in and take part in valuable conservation tasks whilst working together as a community of new and old friends. Food is provided and you will have access to all of the facilities the wood has to offer, including the Hot Tub and Sauna!

Adults – £50, Children – £30

You can find more information and book tickets here.

Deep Roots and Earth Care- Celebrating Samhain

1st – 3rd November 2019

For more information click here.

Low Impact Building Training Volunteer Week/Weekend

17th – 23rd February 2020

For more information click here