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Events and Courses

Whether you've always wanted to know more about foraging and mushrooms or how to ferment your own vegetables, or maybe how to finally differentiate between a coal tit and a blue tit we may have the right weekend getaway for you. See below for upcoming events.

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Mushrooming Weekend

Learn mind-boggling facts about the secret life of fungi and go foraging with Katja Becker, wildlife teacher and fungi expert. 

17. & 18. October 2020

For more details, drop us an email.

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Fermenting Weekend

Learn how to make your own kimchi and fermented veggies straight from the garden with a creative and knowledgeable American chef. (tba)


Nightingale Dinner

In late May, the nightingales arrive. Have you always wanted to sit and listen to nightingales at leisure and perhaps even try to spot one?

We are planning a one-night stay with a "nightingale dinner" served in the garden, with an evening walk around the lake to count and listen to the male nightingales giving it their all. 

May 2021 (tba)


Birdsong Weekend

Go on bird-rich rambles with John Green, former film-maker and zoologist and learn to identify many of the common and garden birds by their song. There will also almost certainly be sightings of harriers, sea eagles, kites and other raptors. 

17. & 18. May 2021

For more details, drop us an email.


Work & Chill

If you join us for the work option, you'll get to hang out with the chickens, pick apples and walnuts and mow the grass. You can help yourself to produce from the garden and go swimming every day.

For more details, drop us an email.

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Apple picking

If you come in the apple picking season, you can pick your own apples and have them juiced in our local juicery.

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