Through out the year we hold workshops for adults, these are seasonally sensitive and based on materials and ingredients that are naturally available at different times of year.
In this workshop you starting by creating a woven willow base, before using natural materials, to create rustic, woodland wreaths, in the stunning surroundings of Deepdale Woods. At Christmas this activity is warmed by the fire and festive refreshments
In this workshop Bright Woods’ staff lead you step by step through the activity of weaving a willow star. After which you are able to add foraged materials and decorations to customize your star and make it unique. The session takes place around a campfire, in the stunning surroundings of Deepdale Woods. At Christmas participants are warmed by mulled drinks, teas and coffees with accompanying festive treats.
Murder Mystery Evenings
We hold regular Murder Mystery evening in our Woodland with the great team over at Tall Tales Mysteries. You arrive onsite at dusk but as the evening goes on the woodland site is plunges in to darkness until it is just lit by the fire and candle light, is it a very atmospheric!
People come back time and again to join us in the woods where you can choose to participate as a suspect or a detective, either way it is a great night out.
You are are actively encouraged to bring a picnic and your favourite tipple for a night of laughter and riddles to solve.
‘‘We won the murder mystery! It was a fabulous night, well organised & super environment!.’’
~ V. Vickers, Participant at the Murder Mystery Evening
‘‘A fantastic evening for adults at “Murder in the Woods”. A whodunit experience in an amazing setting, with a fabulous script, I loved taking part, I’m looking forward to the “Bright Woods Chainsaw Massacre.” Kind Regards Iza Wrapp.’’
~ C. Pratt, Participant at the Murder Mystery Evening
‘‘Gemma, Louise and of course Honia are such passionate ladies! They are FAB-U-LOUS . We had a great time making our Christmas garland-despite the terrible rain ! … Well done everyone x.’’
~ K, Thompson, Participant at Willow Wreath Making