Forest Family Camp

28 – 30 July 2017

An enriching weekend of forest school, delicious meals prepared by in-house chefs, wild swimming, yoga and campfires carefully hosted and curated by The Quadrangle Trust and Way of Nature.

The camp will be a small and intimate event for no more than 35 families with young children. The forest school activities are designed for children between 2 and 7 years old but are open to all.
Book tickets here









The Quadrangle is a great space for this gathering with a wild-swimming river, a huge brick barn to use for dining, play and workshops, an orchard and permaculture forest garden. A yurt sits by the river and a 1970 Airstream caravan under the trees overlooking the pond is a rainy-day playroom and kid’s library.

We bring together forest school leaders, culinary artists, ecologists, musicians and holistic well-being therapists to create a shared space where you and your family can be guided to explore connecting with nature and the art of mindful living.
Our chef Brydie Rowan and Menu for 2017
Forest School Leaders


The programme will include bushcraft sessions, storytelling, dancing, music, fire building, yoga and talks for parents about different approaches to education and the movement to get children out into nature. There will also be lots of time for ‘free play’, which might include snoozing in the meadow, wild swimming or woodland walks.

Arrive between 2 – 3.30pm on Friday 28th July
The camp ends between 4-5pm on Sunday

– Bring your own tent: £140 per adult/£75 per child (for adults this breaks down as £70 for the weekend ticket and £70 for  all your amazing meals)
Book tickets here

– If you’d like a bit more luxury then please register your interest in a family bell tent by emailing

– Please don’t let financial difficulties be a barrier to you joining the camp –  contact Jessie or Adrian to discuss your situation and see how we can get you and your family here with us!

Price includes local transfers from the station, all sessions and vegetarian meals and snacks.

For more information please email: Adrian Kowal