Welcome! Moors Wood is a small private woodland owned and managed by Sarah and Ian Blenkinsop as a nature reserve and as a sustainably managed source of various wood products.

Sarah is a freelance Environmental Educator, Lecturer and Forest School Leader. Based at her own site at Moors Wood, Sarah provides fun natural/recycled craft workshops; play or storytelling sessions; eco themed parties; workshops on food preservation, setting up an organic garden, setting up a composting area or keeping chickens; or training courses in various woodcraft and play skills. These services are available for adults and/or children. Sarah is also very happy to come to you and deliver any of the above, or to give talks to groups.

Follow the links to find out more about what is on offer. Please click on the photos if you need to make them larger. Also visit Sarah's other site, The Compost Bin, for more general info and advice on sustainable living.

BLE Monday - going home

So, up and said farewell to the Snoozebox - I have really enjoyed staying there! Was rather tired though as after we left the Eden party we carried on and partied at the YHA common room until the early hours  - lots of fun though. I have not danced like that for years !

We had a last treat in store - a visit to People and Gardens an amazing CIC project which I was keen to see.

it was amazing and inspiring

I have serious greenhouse envy :)

In the tropical greenhouse they grow plants for the Eden Biomes

Yes, those are Pineapples!

Then it was back on the coach to go to the station -time to say good bye to some new good friends :(

I am not sure what St Austell station made of us lot though :)

However some of us were together on the train all the way up to Bristol. Here are some BLE May friends- such an adorable baby and such a lovely kind woman :) Lovely baby gave me lots of cuddles and smiles on the train :)

Then I had another few hours alone on busy commuter trains, before I finally got home to Ledbury station and then home proper, to check on everything and everyone and make sure all were ok :)

Finally, just a reminder that if  I can overcome my (really very serious) bad fear of heights to stand at the edge of this bridge and let go of the rail - I can overcome ANYTHING!

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