Infomation for your trip

For the carving course, you will need some clothes that you don't mind getting dusty and an apron is a good idea. You will need to bring a mask and goggles/eye protection to wear while you are carving (we recommend a P3 dust mask) and sturdy shoes or boots.

If you will be camping you will need to bring your tent and sleeping things as well as your own towels. You will be able to use the communal kitchen to make teas and coffees etc.

If a tent is not your thing, for a small fee you can upgrade to one of the glamping structures, they have super comfy beds with sheets and duvets provided, however you will still need to bring your own towels. We also recommend bringing warm and comfortable clothes for the evenings and some insect repellent. You are welcome to bring your own alcohol.


Covid

We are running the carving course from Bradmoor Woods -we will have sole use of the site. The open air nature of the large glamping site is ideally suited to maintaining a Covid secure working environment and will do everything possible to keep the site safe and secure. We understand that in these uncertain times it can be difficult to plan ahead and make commitments, therefore we are only asking for a non refundable deposit to secure your place. We will ask for the balance of the payment much closer to the time when we are confident that the course will be able to go ahead. The deposit will help to offset some of the costs we will have already incurred. This course is being run on a not for profit base.