Events @ Hazel Hill Wood

Please note this section only lists open events: many of the events at the wood do not appear here as they are closed events, for example for local schools, scouts and other organisations.  With the exception of assistance dogs we have a ‘no dogs’ policy at the woods.


If you have an event you would like to suggest or hold at Hazel Hill Wood please contact marcos@wellspringchange.com

New dates for
Hazel Hill Conservation Volunteers (open to public)
20161211_135436_1483872338680Sunday June 18th 10am-3pm
Saturday July 15th 10am-3pm
Saturday 19th August 10am-3pm
Friday 22nd September 10am-3pm
​Sunday 8th October 10.30am-3pm
Sunday 19th November 10am-3pm
Saturday 16th December 10am-3pm

We welcome any new participants to this event, and look forward to seeing some familiar faces back again soon.  To register please contact Kat on 07787 157025 or adventures@hazelhill.org.uk

 

 

July and August 2017

We have a summer maintenance break this year to complete renovation works in the Longhouse and undergo extensive upgrades at the Oakhouse The work will be carried out over July and August this year and will result in a much better facility at Hazel Hill.

We look forward to having both the Longhouse and Oakhouse revitalised ready for our autumn bookings.

September 2017

Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd September – Nourish, Reflect, Refresh: Open up to the magic of the wood and the collective wisdom and support of a group of men. Relax and renew with camp fires, music, good food, and acres of trees. There’s scope to meet new aspects of yourself, find the subtler voices, change an old story, play a new part, and hear the collective wisdom of the group. Organised by Alan Heeks and Charles Kemp. Only £88, plus bring food to share. For enquiries and bookings contact Charles: charles.fhp@blueyonder.co.uk or 07737 892891. Read more here.

Thursday 21st Hazel Hill Wood Open Day
A chance for our friends and neighbours to come and find out more about what we do at Hazel Hill Wood and about our exciting new projects.  Further details, including booking information, is coming soon.

October 2017

Friday 13th to Sunday 15th October – Growing through Uncertainty: A workshop guided by Alan Heeks, Jane Sanders and … the wood. How can we stay happy when there’s too much change? Are there ways to bounce back and thrive if everyday life and work is getting us down? The answer is cultivate yourself the way an organic gardener or forester tends their ecosystem, so you grow your own wellbeing by learning from nature. In this workshop we’ll explore these questions, with the natural ecosystem of this magical wood as our guide. For enquiries and bookings contact Charles: charles.fhp@blueyonder.co.uk or 07737 892891. Read more here.

Thursday 19th to Sunday 22nd  October – Ways of Women, Ways of Sisterhood, Medicine Women: Third of 3 workshops inviting women to partake in an evolving circle of women and explore the steps in a journey of becoming healed Wise women.

Although the circle was formed more than 10 years ago it has always been open and newcomers are most warmly welcome. This year we will explore the traditional concept of a “Sacred Dream” of our Soul and how to manifest it in our lives. This 3rd workshop will be dedicate to work with human archetypes as role models. Cost £180 for accommodation and tuition- bring food to share. For further information and to apply, please contact Agatha on 07973 280 943 or mail: agathamanouche@hotmail.com.

November 2017

Sunday 5th to Monday 6th November – Woodland Learning: a network circle:   A gathering for woodland centres and teachers, to share learning and explore mutual support.

Timings: From 7pm Sunday November 5, to 5pm Monday 6

Cost: Just £30 to include food and overnight accommodation. £20 non-residential.

Bookings/enquiries: please book via Eventbrite. For enquiries contact Marcos Frangos marcos@wellspringchange.com 07881 425804.

 

GROUP BOOKINGS: Hazel Hill Wood is available for group bookings which are in keeping with the tranquillity of the wood. See our Bookings section

TICK HAZARD: Deer ticks are found in many woods, April – October. They can carry Lyme Disease. For some useful information, see the Ramblers website.