Family Nature-Activity Days at Hazeland – 14th and 24th August

Photo by Susan Lambert.

Come and explore outdoors with Family Nature-Activity sessions at the beautiful Hazeland site this summer.

The wonderful 34 acre site includes riverside meadow, ancient woodland and hillside meadows with views across the surrounding area. The days will feature a range of outdoor games, crafts and nature based activities. Join us to discover this secret world of woods, meadows and wildlife at Hazeland.

Booking instructions:

  • These sessions are aimed at children age 5-12 (with flexibility for siblings) accompanied by parents or carers. The day is organised on the basis that you are able to supervise and take full responsibility for any children you bring.
  • Please book places for each individual that will be attending each session (e.g. for one adult and two children please book three tickets for that session.)
  • Please also complete the additional questions form that will be sent out so that we have important information such as emergency contact details.
  • Full details and directions will be sent out when you register your places.

Please be aware that due to preserving the biodiversity at Hazeland there are no hardstanding paths and we are not able to allow dogs on site with the exception of assistance dogs.

The person leading the day will be fully first aid trained and DBS checked.

Places are free and we would like to thank the National Lottery Heritage Fund.


Stanley Lane by Daisy Brasington

We are running volunteering days for tree care and other conservation tasks at Hazeland and Pudding Brook Wood over July and August.

Young people aged 10-18 are able to join volunteering days as long as they are accompanied by a parent or guardian who will accept responsibility and provide constant supervision for that child throughout the session, and a parental supervision form is completed in advance.