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Green wood Craft Courses in Guy Mallinson's Woodland Workshop (as featured in the BBC Mastercrafts series). 2 hour 'have a go' courses (make a spatula, shrink pot or whittling), 1 day private tuition ( introduction to green woodworking, introduction...more
Woodland Workshop | Yonder Hill, Holditch TA20 4NL, England
We did the one day spoon workshop. Adam our teacher was excellent so talented. Really enjoyable day, and we each made a spoon! Would highly recommend this workshop, learn new skills in a fabulous woodland location.
5 nights in a wonderful treehouse. Had a superb time, lovely secluded, awesome experience. Would definitely recommend to couples. Unlimited hot water, warm even in mid winter. Be prepared to drive down narrow lanes to reach the destination but as a secluded spot to have...More
As I said on my previous review this place is magical. The Treehouse is looking wonderful for those who do not mind being on high!!
Adam took the two day bowl making course for Sandie and to say she enjoyed herself is an understatement! The...More
This was our 25th wedding anniversary trip and from start to finish the experience was wonderful. Guy is in touch from the moment you book until the arrival day and along with Adam was also on site. The site itself is magical! set in the...More
Simply had a great day!!!
Great tuition from Adam, who explained things really well, and struck the perfect balance of being there to help when help was needed but also stood back to let us get on with it.
Great location hidden away deep in...More
Yes, really fabulous weekend spent camping and a whole day doing the green woodworking workshop. There were 4 of us making spatulas in the morning and another item of our choice in the afternoon. We were given very interesting info about the various types of...More
I'm pretty sure that the world be a better place if everyone could experience a visit at Guy's woodland workshop and camping. I did the 5 day chair making course and left completely renewed and very inspired! I have nothing but positive things to say...More
Before we came to Guy's woodland workshop I had never heard of a shrinkpot. Nor a shavehorse, a drawknife, nor a rabbet for that matter. As far as woodworking was concerned, I was as green as they come. But after only a couple of hours...More
We enjoyed four relaxing nights glamping in a Bell tent. Great to get back to nature (with luxurious woodland shower and woodland kitchen if desired) cooking each evening on the firepit in front of the large pond watching the dragonflies darting around in the dappled...More
We completed the 2hr whittling and 1 day green wood working courses during our stay and they were fantastic. Nicely structured, well managed, good safe environment and a lot of fun while meeting new friendly people. We will be going back again
That depends on the nature of the disability, we do our best to accommodate as many people as is practically possible in a boggy woodland. If it is craft courses then some people are better suited to a treadle lathe and... More
That depends on the nature of the disability, we do our best to accommodate as many people as is practically possible in a boggy woodland. If it is craft courses then some people are better suited to a treadle lathe and others to spoon carving - it depends on the nature of disability of course. Similarly for Glamping, it is impossible to use a wheelchair in some areas of the woodland but not others. Best contact us through our website email and we will do what we can. best wishes Guy
This would be difficult as the way down to the site (and way up) would be difficult in a wheelchair. However if the person is on crutches, provided you took your time it would be fine. Also if you speak to Guy I believe he... More
This would be difficult as the way down to the site (and way up) would be difficult in a wheelchair. However if the person is on crutches, provided you took your time it would be fine. Also if you speak to Guy I believe he would let you drive down to the back way in which then would not involve hills.