Come and learn in the beautiful surroundings of Lupine woods. We have created a space to learn, cook, wander and lie beneath the stars, giving you a truly unique experience.
You can choose to stay and book onto one of the fantastic courses that will be running from April to September or choose a special midweek break in a private group with your choice of workshop.
- Groups of up to 10 can book a stay and learn experience, choose from the workshops below,
- Knife and axe carving.
- Basic Bushcraft experience.
- Foraging – choose from
- making infused teas
- gin infusions
- natural dying
- healing balms
- Art in nature
- Workshops are for a minimum of two people and are £40 per person for three hours, bookable with either a stay in the;
- shepherds hut or camping/ campervan stay.
The Shepherds hut is for a minimum two night stay for the private workshops above and costs £85 per night for two adults, can also sleep two children at an additional £20.00 per child.
- For bookable courses – camping options
- Camping, tent or Hammock – £10.00 per night
- Campervan/Caravan (no hook up) £15.00 per night
- Campervan/Caravan (electric hook up) £18.00 per night
- Our beautiful Shepherds hut, (first come first served for courses) £85 per night (sleeps two)
We also have extensive experience in catering for childrens fire and den parties, these can be booked mid week after school in the summer months or mid week day time in school holidays.
They are for up to 16 children and last for 2 hours, please see the http://www.greenfoxwildcrafts.co.uk/woodland-birthday-parties/ page for more details.
Alternatively why not have a family fun crafts or bushcraft experience ;0)
Lupine Woods is a mixed woodland with areas of Hazel coppice, Willow, Oak and Birch. It is set in a private woodland, 40 minutes East of Sheffield and is easily accessible from York and Leeds. Wildlife is in abundance with badgers, red kites and deer often seen in the woods and in the sky and at night listen to the owls whilst whiling away the evening looking at the stars and warming yourself by the campfire.
Things to do
Haxey Hood http://haxeyhood.weebly.com/
The ancient game of Haxey Hood takes place every year on January 6th (unless this is a Sunday in which case it will be on the 7th).
Birth place of John Wesley you can follow the Wesley trail.
Sandtoft Trolley bus museum, Sandtoft http://sandtoft.org.uk/
Houses the worlds largest collection of preserved Trolley Buses.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park, https://www.yorkshirewildlifepark.com/
UK’s No.1 walk-through wildlife adventure! Yorkshire Wildlife Park is home to some of the most amazing animals on the planet, from the only polar bears in England to majestic lions, tigers, black rhino and so much more!
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust Flagship site Potteric Carr in Doncaster.
Fully accessible nature paths will wind you around a stunning, safe wetland habitat highlighted with pockets of woodland and wildflower meadows