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Our Venues

BLETCHINGLEY WOODS, SURREY

BAY POND NATURE RESERVE, GODSTONE

BLETCHINGLEY WOODLANDS

The majority of our events are currently held at Tilburstow Hill woodlands.  If you type 'Tilburstow Hill car park' into Google maps this will bring you to our car park.  Alternatively click here to go directly to the Google maps car park location. 

GODSTONE NATURE RESERVE 

We operate some of our events from this incredible Surrey Wildlife Trust nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest in Godstone.  We use a private part of the reserve with special permission.  As access to this part of the reserve is not open to the public we only release the entry point to ticket holders.  Click here for directions to a nearby local free car park.  Our venue entry is 2 minutes walk from here. 

Depending on your event, we are 30 minutes walk or 2 minutes drive from Bletchingley village centre or, if we are at Bay Pond, a 2 minute walk from Godstone village. 

In Bletchingley free parking is located right beside our woods with easy pathway access into the woods.  At Bay Pond, there is free parking in Godstone village within easy walking distance.  

You wouldn't know it from the quality of the air and countryside here but we are only 30 minutes train ride from London Bridge or Victoria Station to Merstham or Redhill stations. 

Please aim to arrive 10 minutes before the start of your event to allow time to walk to our meet up point.

All of our sessions operate a PHONE OFF policy.  Feel free to bring your phone and take photos before and after our sessions but we kindly ask that you turn your PHONE OFF during our sessions.  

 

 

We are very privileged and honoured to support and be supported by Surrey Wildlife Trust for our Woodland Yoga events and Nature Connectedness courses. 

 

We are also very privileged and honoured to support and be supported by Surrey County Council for our woodland venue in Bletchingley.   

Bletchingley Village 

On the easterly edge of the Surrey Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, lies the historic village of beautiful Bletchingley. 

 

Bletchingley has a fascinating history, traced back as far as the Saxon times.  There are many fine examples of buildings in the village dated between 1100 and 1600 and it was once home to Anne- of Cleves, the fourth wife of Henry VIII.   

 

If you have time to make a day of your visit to us, there are lots of interesting things to see in the village as well as some lovely walks in the surrounding areas and of course no visit to the village would be complete without a pit stop to our famous cake shop, Lamingtons!

Tucked away down one of the country lanes is our special woodland venue.   

 

We have an interesting mix of wonderful oak, beech, ash, rowan, hornbeam, sweet chestnut, silver birch, larch, holly and laurel.

 

We keep our location under wraps until you book with us to maintain security. 

 

Our woodland is accessible by walking from the village if you have time and parking there is free.  A direct walk from the village will take around 30-40 minutes.  

If you are driving, there is designated free parking at our venue, details of which will be included in the information sent to you 48 hours before your event starts.  The drive from the village takes 2 minutes so you can factor this in to any plans. 

 

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WADHURST,

EAST SUSSEX​

We await news of a new proposed venue in the historic market town of Wadhurst​, six miles south of Tunbridge Wells.

 

A short walk from the venue is 100 acres of magical ancient forest owned by Forestry England; Snape Wood and Birchett's Wood.

 

There is wonderful mix of pines, chestnut, birch, oak and other native species crossed with a network of sandy paths edged with heather. 

 

You can really feel the power of these trees huge impressive as you walk amongst their many years.  

Watch this space! 

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This could be your venue! 

Get in touch and let us investigate bringing My Green Prescription to your community.