Information for visitors

What would you like to do?

Learn to build a rocket stove? Hand-feed a lamb? Eat clay-oven baked pizzas using ingredients picked nearby? Wassail round an apple orchard? Cheer on the competitors in The Goat Race? Or simply sit, quietly, in a green oasis in the middle of an built-up area and relax? Our members provide lots of fun, interesting and educational opportunities for visitors.

Visit our 'Your area' section and select a region or country from the menu on the left to find about information about our members in your area including:

  • A brief description
  • Information about facilities available for visitors, e.g. picnic area, cafe,
  • Whether the project is open to the public and if so, details of opening times
  • Directions
  • Contact details and website addresses so you can find out more

Stick Man Activity Trails

A small (but growing) number of our members have a 'Stick Man Activity Trail' where younger visitors can learn more about the natural environment on twiggy trail based on the much-loved Stick Man picture books written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Alex Scheffler. They feature colourful trail boards and associated activities and have been designed to encourage children aged 3-7 years to get outdoors and explore the natural world. Find out where the nearest one is to you by visiting this page.

Case Studies

Our inspirational case studies show how we support members to create opportunities for local people


Find out about the range of training events we run or recommend for community growers across the UK