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Our team building days use a mix of survival skills and rural crafts to challenge and uplift your group and allow individuals to work together, learning new skills and completing missions.

An average day consists of a briefing in our beautiful barn, with a bacon roll and hot drink to get you started.
Then we head out to the farm and the woods where you will be set your group tasks.

These may range from lighting a fire with flint and steel, to correctly identifying the right tree to make a pot hanger, cooking on your open fire, foraging for wild foods, shelter building and other outdoor living skills.

All skills will be fully demonstrated with safety briefings at the appropriate time.


For lunch we can dine in style in the woods or cater for your group back in luxury of the barn, whichever option appeals to you. In either case you will be provided with a delicious two course hearty meal, using produce from local farms or if it takes your fancy a venison spit roast.
In the afternoon you can choose from a range of green woodworking projects or a variety of basketry techniques.

Engaging in ancient rural crafts, outdoor living skills and spending time in the wild places on our farm is a perfect way to help your team develop essential skills such as leadership, analyse the roles and dynamics within a team and improving communication. Not least, everyone taking part will have a day to remember and discover hidden talents and new inspirations.

An average price is £150 per head but this will depend on the activities selected and your choice of catering.

Please call us to to organise a day to suit your group
07979 321369 or email

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