About Forest Harvest

The Woodmill Workshop site is open from 10:0 to 12:30 on Wednesday morning for local folk who would like to build a herbaceous border together for cut flowers.

Anyone interested please email the approximate number of people attending to nick@forestharvest.co.uk and come along.

The get-together is free with drinks and a biscuit or two provided

FOREST HARVEST – is a recognised charity providing workshops and open days to
demonstrate sustainable living and ideas on how to protect our environment. We are always looking for people who would like to join us so have a look at our news blog, volunteering and  what’s on pages.

Forest Harvest started as a forest garden planted in 1990 as an antidote to city living. This makes it one of the oldest forest gardens to visit in the UK.

Forest Harvest

The project has been registered with the Agro-forestry Trust since 2008 so visitors can organise trips to see our site and enjoy the other areas we use to demonstrate sustainable living.

Bees live in the small orchard to give us honey to eat, wax for light and will pollinate all our fruit trees and bushes for free.

In September 2016 we became a charity, with our main aim to ‘Practice Sustainable Living’.

Contact Us

If you’d like to know more about Forest Harvest, or would like to get in touch, please
contact us.