The course is held in a beautiful, quiet and secluded valley in the south of the Lake District National Park, once your booking is confirmed you will receive directions and address. Facilities are: composting toilet, urinal, shower, wash/ washing up area, spring fed drinking water, 22ft yurt with log burner communal space with chairs and sofa, sail shade, fire pits, parachute tarp and private woodland & river access. The site is also off-grid, with no electricity.
A tent or campervan and relevant camping equipment. You need to be self-sufficient with catering. There is a pub within walking distance that does food. A 10 min drive away the local village, Broughton-in-Furness has a café and pubs that serve food. Spring fed drink water is supplied on site. The venue is unable to accept caravans at this time.
Departure on the Monday is by 12pm, there will be a closing circle at 10am.
There is a grocer, butchers, baker and post office in nearby village Broughton-in-Furness which is about 10min drive in a car. The big supermarkets are found in Barrow-in-Furness which is 30min drive away.
Unfortunately not, this isn't a course suitable for children to be in attendance. You will not be able to fully focus on the teaching and experiential learning of the course with children in attendance with you on site.
We have a zero tolerance to recreational drugs being used for the duration of the course, from arrival to departure.