BeekeepingWe’re still booking workshops for 2019, so keep an eye on this page for updates! To give you an idea of the kind of things there might be, have a look at some of the fantastic workshops we had last year:

LAST YEAR’s WORKSHOPS:

  • Sword Smithing — by Ben Wong of the Pocket Forge
  • Charcoal and Iron Age Living —  by John Rockcliffe from BBC’s Living in the Past
  • Pottery and Kilning: from ground to cup! — by Wayside Pottery
  • Knitting, but Not as You Know — by the world famous Kate Brittain (Seriously, check her out, shes kind of a big deal!)
  • Green Woodworking: straight from the branch — by Olly, who you may have seen at Harlequin or festivals all around
  • Basket Weaving — by Katy who you may have seen at Harlequin or festivals all around
  • Blacksmithing — by Kai H of Men’s Shed (and other things)
  • Bee Saviour Kit making! — by Dan Harris—the Famous Bike Man of Norwich
  • Creative Pasta and Sugar Craft: from Scratch! — by Bobby Stars
  • Scything: the old fashioned land management — by Richard Brown, everyone’s favourite Scythe Guy
  • Carving and the Crafting of Spoons! — by Jackie
  • Honey Bee Keeping: ethical and sustainable ways to save the bees — by Patrick Laslett
  • Playing and Making Historic Board Games — By Colin Hynson
  • Foraging: plant identification and hedgerows
  • Eco-Building Project: Swamp Hut, a house on stilts in a ‘swamp,’
  • And talks from:
    • Adrian Holmes: Universal Basic Income—Money for Nothing or Transforming Society
    • Richard Brown – The Organic and Sustainable Way to Conservation and Land Management
    • Andy Bo and Seadog Riggs aka “The Yardsticks” – Come Sea Shanty with me. The art of Sea Shanty.