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.
Sunday 25th November
Saturday 1st December
Thursday 20th December
Friday 4th January
Saturday 26th January
Friday 1st February
Friday 1st March
Friday 5th April
Friday 3rd May
Friday 7th June
16th – 18th November
William and Marco are delighted to co-host this workshop and retreat. An object made of wood evokes a
special fascination – it’s warm and silky to touch, gradually revealing its intriguing patterns in the grain,
with contours and subtle changes of colour. Enjoy the magic of making, the anticipation of opening a
rough piece of wood, seeing hidden features, your imagination exploring the practical and the spiritual.
If you can’t make the whole residential but would like to try your hand at Spoon Making, there are 3 Sunday, day only tickets available (09:00am – 3:30pm) at £60 per person, to include lunch and snacks.
20th – 21st December
Join us at the wood to celebrate this exciting time in natures calendar. Take part in valuable conservation work in the 70 acre woodland throughout the day then relax and unwind in our off-grid eco buildings, before joining together for a shared meal followed by songs and poems around a fire led by a local Natural Voice Network Member, Clare Chitty. Spend the longest night of the year at the wood, keeping warm with our woodburning stoves.
If an overnight stay is not for you then you can always join us for the day or the evening.
2019 Event details coming soon, including…
First Friday of the month – Volunteer Conservation Day
5th – 7th April Spring Conservation Weekend
DATE TBC Summer Conservation Weekend
4th – 6th October Autumn Conservation Weekend
1st – 3rd November Heartbeat Of The Land – Samhain