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Pottery in the Peak District
Get your hands dirty in the pottery studio! You'll learn how to throw on a wheel and some simple creative techniques to make your pots special. Everyone will at the very least produce a cup and a dish, you'll be able to decorate your work and it'll be included in our next wood kiln firing. Other things to note This experience is tailored for people who are creative, you don't need any experience of pottery... but if you do, great, you can really push your creativity.
Travel Through Time in Manchester
One might think that Manchester is all about Football but, there’s so much more to discover in this amazing City. This is where the Industrial Revolution started, home for many social movements like the Suffragettes, the place where the Communist Manifesto was written, and more than 25 Nobel Prize Winners studied in. Here you will find the First Public English Library of the World and you will be able to see the remnants of the First Passenger Train Station from 1830. Manchester is also a place to discover great music and big names like Joy Division, The Smiths and Oasis. The city underground bars and famous clubs like the Hacienda changed the musical scenario worldwide. Lately Manchester is thriving with more students than ever enjoying the great University of Manchester and everywhere we see new independent bars, shops and cafés that bring a unique feeling into town. I'm so curious about this City and I would love to share my views and the stories I learned here with you. This is a unique experience that will make you travel through time and will give you a new perspective about the Northern Power. Other things to note The start and finishing times are flexible so just message me and we can start at a time that's more convenient for you. If you are in a group send me a message for group booking prices and discounts.
MindFelln'us, Self-Empowerment at Liberty with Native Ponies
You don't need to know anything about horses to enjoy & benefit from this amazing work. There is no riding involved. To prepare you for working with the horses, you will learn simple, powerful exercises to tune into yourself & consciously manage your energy levels. You will meet our lovely herd of "Equine Facilitated Learning" (EFL) horses in a quiet & contemplative way before choosing which horse you would like to work with. You will be guided through exercises with the horses, which will be chosen together to suit you & your horse. Exercises can include a "journey", obstacles, boundary awareness & energy work, reflective grooming, gentle leadership, trust building exercises, exercises for improving communication skills. We can do creative work & horse painting for people with an artistic flair, or work with some simple symbols & rituals. This work is very flexible and varied, with something to suit most people! Horses have an amazing talent for slipping the magical into the mundane in a scarcely noticeable way, leaving you subtly yet substantially transformed, more aware & in tune, better grounded. You will have self-help tools, techniques & experiences to take home. Other things to note You don't need to know anything about horses or have any experience with them. There is no riding, & you will work at your own pace, with full support & guidance. Our horses love people & are kind.
Pudding and Ale Vintage Bike Ride
After meeting at a local train station, easily accessible from the cities of Sheffield and Manchester, we’ll run through the gears etc. and ensure the bike is set up to suit you. We will ride at a leisurely pace and enjoy stops along the way to discover the hidden past of this beautiful area and take in the splendid scenery of the Park District National Park. If you like big views and want to enjoy the social as much as the ride then our Pudding and Ale vintage bike tour is for you. Starting and finishing at the ancient Peak District village of Bamford you’ll adventure north on the traffic-free Thornhill Trail, an easy going start. You’ll take in some gentle up and downs as you follow the quiet gravel road along the shores of Derwent Reservoir, where you’ll enjoy great views across the Dark Peak and Derwent Valley beyond. On your return we take in a pub stop at the welcoming Yorkshire Bridge Inn where you can enjoy either a traditional Yorkshire Pudding with gravy or a Bakewell Pudding, and a pint of the local ale. You’ll soon be refreshed for the short ride back to the station on country lanes. From here it is around a 20 minute train journey back to the bustling centre of Sheffield. Join our retro bike ride and be guided by local experts as you journey through the beautiful Peak District countryside. You'll explore new places and have a great time!
My Great Big Smallholding Tour
Do you want to live in a greener, more sustainable way? Are you worried about climate change? Do you want to eat more fruit and vegetables? Do you want to start growing things? Are you interested in learning more about keeping chickens, and beekeeping? This tour will inspire you to get started . . . You will: • Tour the vegetable garden. Discuss permaculture, inter-cropping, perennials, no-dig, pests. Enter the greenhouse and see the hotbox and its crops: early salad, melons, tomatoes and grapes. See and discuss composting and (leaf) mulching. • Tour the fruit and nut trees. Discuss growing , grafting and crossing apples and other fruit. See cordons, step-overs, espalier, standards. See sweet chestnut, cobs and walnuts. See a family tree with three apple varieties. • See the 10+ varieties of soft fruit in the fruit cage. • Feed the chickens and check for eggs. Discuss chicks, dual-purpose birds and general care. • Watch the bees, and learn more about beekeeping. Try on a bee suit. Taste the honey. • Walk along the (planted) foraging hedge with many different types of pollen and fruit for humans / bees. See the pears grafted to hawthorn. • See the turkeys and discuss (Sep to Dec!). • See the solar panels, wood pellet boiler, smart meter. Discuss all the energy systems. • Hear a little history of 1870 Farlands House, and Hayfield village inc the dam and the Kinder Trespass. Other things to note Can't find a suitable date? Please get in touch. We will be walking/standing for 90 mins. Great walking from the door in the Peak District National Park. You are welcome to leave a car before/after.

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Discover Wild Herbs around Grindleford
“Forage your 5-a-day for free & make your own bespoke herb tea!” Put on your walking shoes & come exploring the local wild plants of the Peak District. We will learn medicinal, culinary & other uses for many of the plants we find, brought to life with history, Folk-lore & anecdotes. Be prepared for the world to look a little different when you return, since you will probably be astonished just how interesting so many of our common wild plants are! These Herb Walks are great for couples & private groups. They are relaxed & gentle, normally lasting about 3 hours, with plenty of time to stop & get to know the plants, including tasting & making tea with them where appropriate! Our meeting point is next to the much loved Grindleford Station Cafe, with regular trains from Sheffield & Manchester. Grindleford is surrounded by amazing walks, with Padley Gorge woodland river, Padley Chapel, & Bolehill Quarry’s magical oak & birch woodlands. We will be spoiled for choice which way to go & can decide together! If you would like a time or date that isn’t shown, please contact me, it can often be arranged. Our meeting point may also be flexible for private bookings. Thank you! COVID UPDATE: If you would like to make a wild herb tea, please bring your own flask of boiling water. Guests are required to keep 2 meters apart from anyone who is not “in their social bubble”.
Naze View Farm Alpaca Experience
You will arrive at the farm - which has wonderful views We will give you a short talk on the Alpacas; * how to keep you and your Alpaca safe * how to put your Alpaca at ease and gain the most from your experience. * the care and husbandry tasks for alpacas We will match you to the Alpaca which would suit you best, collect "the boys" and go for a walk around our farm - this will be through wooded areas and fields and we will stop to allow you time to pet the Alpacas and get to know them. PLEASE ENSURE YOU WEAR SUITABLE FOOTWEAR. We will have cuddles and photo opportunities and hand feed them. You will be able to feel some of their fleece and if you wish you can collect some alpaca poop if you wish to make some "fertiliser tea" once you return home to help your garden grow! You may have the chance to meet our Swiss Valais Blacknose sheep. You will leave the experience with increased knowledge about these wonderful animals and benefit from some time in their company. There are 3 alpacas, each visitor will have 1 alpaca each, if you have a group of more than 3 people, please get in touch. Alpacas are friendly animals who have a natural curiosity. They are nervous and can be startled easily so we try and minimise loud noises and quick movement, please ensure long hair is tied back. The experience is WEATHER DEPENDENT.
Guided walks in the Peak District including the Big Moor
I am happy to organise a guided walk to suit you; from a day's walk on the Big Moor near Sheffield to walks of various length anywhere in the central/eastern Peak District. Get in touch to discuss your requirements. On the Big Moor walk you will see the remains of a Bronze Age village, amazing wildlife, and walk through the bottom of an old reservoir. The Big Moor is just over 1000 feet above sea level. Open access to the land only became available recently; for many years this was a reservoir catchment area. The moor has become home to over 200 wild red deer and birds such as the curlew, buzzard, merlin and snipe. Man has ignored the area for centuries and as a result relics of the last 4000 years are everywhere; there are Bronze Age stone circles, remains of a Bronze Age village, burial mounds and medieval pack horse trails as well as more recent evidence of lead processing and millstone quarrying. The tour will start at 10.00a.m. and last about 5 - 6 hours although a shorter tour can be arranged. You will need to bring your own lunch and drinks and must have adequate clothing (waterproofs and spare warm clothing) and good boots. The terrain is difficult in places and at points there will be a need to jump across small streams. I really look forward to meeting you and helping to immerse you in the rich, historic heritage of this wonderful, wild and remote area.
Forest Distillery Whisky Tour & Tasting
The Cat and Fiddle, Forest Whisky Distillery Tour and Tasting. An informal tour of the UK's highest altitude whisky distillery, with drinks, tastings, and a chance to hear about the history of this unique building.
Classics and Coffee ride through Peak District National Park
We'll start the day with coffee and a chat at SUMMAT in Bakewell and get the classic steel bicycle set up so it's just right for you, before riding out through Peak District countryside. We'll head off for a social half day ride (up to 3 hours) visiting the local villages in the surrounding hills. We'll have a cake stop about half way at one of our favourite cafes. Join our Classics and Coffee retro ride and be guided by local experts as you journey through the beautiful Peak District countryside. You'll explore new places and have a great time! Meet at SUMMAT 10am for 10:30 departure: Horsecroft Court, off Matlock Street, Bakewell DE45 1EE. What3words: ///airbase.steepest.subjects Nearest rail stations: Grindleford (7.7 miles) and Matlock (7.9 miles).

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Naze View Farm Alpaca Experience
You will arrive at the farm - which has wonderful views We will give you a short talk on the Alpacas; * how to keep you and your Alpaca safe * how to put your Alpaca at ease and gain the most from your experience. * the care and husbandry tasks for alpacas We will match you to the Alpaca which would suit you best, collect "the boys" and go for a walk around our farm - this will be through wooded areas and fields and we will stop to allow you time to pet the Alpacas and get to know them. PLEASE ENSURE YOU WEAR SUITABLE FOOTWEAR. We will have cuddles and photo opportunities and hand feed them. You will be able to feel some of their fleece and if you wish you can collect some alpaca poop if you wish to make some "fertiliser tea" once you return home to help your garden grow! You may have the chance to meet our Swiss Valais Blacknose sheep. You will leave the experience with increased knowledge about these wonderful animals and benefit from some time in their company. There are 3 alpacas, each visitor will have 1 alpaca each, if you have a group of more than 3 people, please get in touch. Alpacas are friendly animals who have a natural curiosity. They are nervous and can be startled easily so we try and minimise loud noises and quick movement, please ensure long hair is tied back. The experience is WEATHER DEPENDENT.
Pottery in the Peak District
Get your hands dirty in the pottery studio! You'll learn how to throw on a wheel and some simple creative techniques to make your pots special. Everyone will at the very least produce a cup and a dish, you'll be able to decorate your work and it'll be included in our next wood kiln firing. Other things to note This experience is tailored for people who are creative, you don't need any experience of pottery... but if you do, great, you can really push your creativity.
Bespoke Jewelry Making Workshop
Design and create your very own bespoke jewellery piece in our award-winning Sheffield studio. We provide you with a range of tools and waxes, and support with any design or making advice and instruction. Bespoke pieces are first crafted in jewellers wax, by you, our guest, at the event. Once complete, and you're happy with the finished wax, we then set the casting wheels in motion. Each wax is individually packed, complete with your finishing guidelines, and shipped to our casting workshop in the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. There, our expert team 'lost wax cast' each piece in solid Gold, Silver, or Platinum. Once cast, we meticulously finish each piece by hand and return, design to doorstep, anywhere in the world, within 3 weeks! Other things to note It is worth having a think about what you'd like to make. Our social media and Pinterest are good places to start. The making process is less about skill or creativity, and more about imagination!
Travel Through Time in Manchester
One might think that Manchester is all about Football but, there’s so much more to discover in this amazing City. This is where the Industrial Revolution started, home for many social movements like the Suffragettes, the place where the Communist Manifesto was written, and more than 25 Nobel Prize Winners studied in. Here you will find the First Public English Library of the World and you will be able to see the remnants of the First Passenger Train Station from 1830. Manchester is also a place to discover great music and big names like Joy Division, The Smiths and Oasis. The city underground bars and famous clubs like the Hacienda changed the musical scenario worldwide. Lately Manchester is thriving with more students than ever enjoying the great University of Manchester and everywhere we see new independent bars, shops and cafés that bring a unique feeling into town. I'm so curious about this City and I would love to share my views and the stories I learned here with you. This is a unique experience that will make you travel through time and will give you a new perspective about the Northern Power. Other things to note The start and finishing times are flexible so just message me and we can start at a time that's more convenient for you. If you are in a group send me a message for group booking prices and discounts.
Guided walks in the Peak District including the Big Moor
I am happy to organise a guided walk to suit you; from a day's walk on the Big Moor near Sheffield to walks of various length anywhere in the central/eastern Peak District. Get in touch to discuss your requirements. On the Big Moor walk you will see the remains of a Bronze Age village, amazing wildlife, and walk through the bottom of an old reservoir. The Big Moor is just over 1000 feet above sea level. Open access to the land only became available recently; for many years this was a reservoir catchment area. The moor has become home to over 200 wild red deer and birds such as the curlew, buzzard, merlin and snipe. Man has ignored the area for centuries and as a result relics of the last 4000 years are everywhere; there are Bronze Age stone circles, remains of a Bronze Age village, burial mounds and medieval pack horse trails as well as more recent evidence of lead processing and millstone quarrying. The tour will start at 10.00a.m. and last about 5 - 6 hours although a shorter tour can be arranged. You will need to bring your own lunch and drinks and must have adequate clothing (waterproofs and spare warm clothing) and good boots. The terrain is difficult in places and at points there will be a need to jump across small streams. I really look forward to meeting you and helping to immerse you in the rich, historic heritage of this wonderful, wild and remote area.
MindFelln'us, Self-Empowerment at Liberty with Native Ponies
You don't need to know anything about horses to enjoy & benefit from this amazing work. There is no riding involved. To prepare you for working with the horses, you will learn simple, powerful exercises to tune into yourself & consciously manage your energy levels. You will meet our lovely herd of "Equine Facilitated Learning" (EFL) horses in a quiet & contemplative way before choosing which horse you would like to work with. You will be guided through exercises with the horses, which will be chosen together to suit you & your horse. Exercises can include a "journey", obstacles, boundary awareness & energy work, reflective grooming, gentle leadership, trust building exercises, exercises for improving communication skills. We can do creative work & horse painting for people with an artistic flair, or work with some simple symbols & rituals. This work is very flexible and varied, with something to suit most people! Horses have an amazing talent for slipping the magical into the mundane in a scarcely noticeable way, leaving you subtly yet substantially transformed, more aware & in tune, better grounded. You will have self-help tools, techniques & experiences to take home. Other things to note You don't need to know anything about horses or have any experience with them. There is no riding, & you will work at your own pace, with full support & guidance. Our horses love people & are kind.
Craft Beer Tour Around Manchester
Go deep into the Manchester craft beer scene with our tour experience around the city. Lasting 3.5 hours, you’ll visit 4 of some of the best craft beer breweries and tap houses in the city. Along the way you’ll be entertained with local historical facts and of course drink lots of craft beer! On each tour you’ll get 10-12 craft beers (1/3 pints) in total. You’ll taste some signature beers, some subtly strong beers, all the way to the absolutely weird and wonderful craft beers you never knew existed. One thing is for sure, you’ll definitely taste some beer you’ll have never tried before! Many people have discovered their new favourite beer on our tours. The venues we visit are not always open to the public but with our unique tour, you will get to enjoy an unrivalled look at the exciting Manchester beer scene, and most importantly of all, taste its fantastic range! As if all that wasn’t enough, in each venue you will experience a talk from a resident expert be it one of the brewers or the owners. They will guide you through the tastings and provide you with a unique insight into their brand and their beer range as a whole. Other things to note Be prepared for the notorious Mancunian weather, especially in Winter. We walk between venues so come prepared if the weather forecasts rain for the day.
Pudding and Ale Vintage Bike Ride
After meeting at a local train station, easily accessible from the cities of Sheffield and Manchester, we’ll run through the gears etc. and ensure the bike is set up to suit you. We will ride at a leisurely pace and enjoy stops along the way to discover the hidden past of this beautiful area and take in the splendid scenery of the Park District National Park. If you like big views and want to enjoy the social as much as the ride then our Pudding and Ale vintage bike tour is for you. Starting and finishing at the ancient Peak District village of Bamford you’ll adventure north on the traffic-free Thornhill Trail, an easy going start. You’ll take in some gentle up and downs as you follow the quiet gravel road along the shores of Derwent Reservoir, where you’ll enjoy great views across the Dark Peak and Derwent Valley beyond. On your return we take in a pub stop at the welcoming Yorkshire Bridge Inn where you can enjoy either a traditional Yorkshire Pudding with gravy or a Bakewell Pudding, and a pint of the local ale. You’ll soon be refreshed for the short ride back to the station on country lanes. From here it is around a 20 minute train journey back to the bustling centre of Sheffield. Join our retro bike ride and be guided by local experts as you journey through the beautiful Peak District countryside. You'll explore new places and have a great time!
Forest Distillery Whisky Tour & Tasting
The Cat and Fiddle, Forest Whisky Distillery Tour and Tasting. An informal tour of the UK's highest altitude whisky distillery, with drinks, tastings, and a chance to hear about the history of this unique building.
Wild swimming in the Peak District
Wild swimming is the most wonderful, liberating and powerful experience. Being at one with nature is simply incredible. We will meet and have a brief before heading to our 'spot' This is a guided and supported experience into cold and wild water. Talking and supporting you through each step to ensure the best experience for you.
Nutty Nottingham Walking Tour
We begin at The Bell inn, next to Nottingham's Old Market Square and embark on a walk around the main sites, statues and buildings in the city, taking in Hockley, The Lace Market and of course the castle! There is a stop for a drink half way around at a secret location and we finish up at Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem, the oldest surviving pub in the world! This is an interactive tour where you get the chance to quiz your guide as well as hear a LOAD of Nottingham-related jokes and facts. Other things to note This tour is suitable for all ages. If there are children on the tour we take care to include them at every point. If there are not, then we can go a little bit further with the content! We can also take you around the city when it suits YOU. Message us to see availability not mentioned on the calendar or just go ahead and request a date!
Fossils, minerals and caves of Castleton
I will take you on a guided tour through 330 millions years of geological history of the Castleton area, finding fossils, minerals and even some oil. The walk is around 7 miles long, following footpaths with some off-path sections. Starting at the Vistor Center cafe in Castleton, we will walk through time and starting with the Carboniferous reefs up the beautiful Cave Dale and iconic Winnats Pass. Few people walk up the gorge where we can hunt for fossils of sea creatures in the reefs. Once we reach the top at Windy Knoll, you get a chance to be an explorationist and find some oil. This is perfect place to stop for a picnic; off the main foot path, shelter from any winds but still getting the views. After lunch, I shall lead you up to the huge landslip of Mam Tor, explaining it's formation. As I walk you back down into the village, we'll stop at a cave to hunt for some more fossils and look for the mineral unique to Castleon, Blue John. I'm a professional geologist so through-out the walk I shall be passing on my passion for the outdoors, nature, environment and of course rocks in a fun and playful way. It's all about creating a story of the geolgical history using maps, rocks and your imagination! By the end of the day, you'll look at the landscape in a new light.
My Great Big Smallholding Tour
Do you want to live in a greener, more sustainable way? Are you worried about climate change? Do you want to eat more fruit and vegetables? Do you want to start growing things? Are you interested in learning more about keeping chickens, and beekeeping? This tour will inspire you to get started . . . You will: • Tour the vegetable garden. Discuss permaculture, inter-cropping, perennials, no-dig, pests. Enter the greenhouse and see the hotbox and its crops: early salad, melons, tomatoes and grapes. See and discuss composting and (leaf) mulching. • Tour the fruit and nut trees. Discuss growing , grafting and crossing apples and other fruit. See cordons, step-overs, espalier, standards. See sweet chestnut, cobs and walnuts. See a family tree with three apple varieties. • See the 10+ varieties of soft fruit in the fruit cage. • Feed the chickens and check for eggs. Discuss chicks, dual-purpose birds and general care. • Watch the bees, and learn more about beekeeping. Try on a bee suit. Taste the honey. • Walk along the (planted) foraging hedge with many different types of pollen and fruit for humans / bees. See the pears grafted to hawthorn. • See the turkeys and discuss (Sep to Dec!). • See the solar panels, wood pellet boiler, smart meter. Discuss all the energy systems. • Hear a little history of 1870 Farlands House, and Hayfield village inc the dam and the Kinder Trespass. Other things to note Can't find a suitable date? Please get in touch. We will be walking/standing for 90 mins. Great walking from the door in the Peak District National Park. You are welcome to leave a car before/after.
Silent Disco Adventure in Manchester
Join the Silent Adventures Team as we take you on a journey of song and dance through the famous streets of Manchester. This musically instructed adventure aims to have your funky moves on display and your pop star voices serenading the people of the this great city! Hi-tech headsets will fill your body with beats, theme songs and your favourite hits from across the decades. As your inhibitions evaporate and laughter takes over, you will be part of the best all dancing, all singing walking tour in Toon! Ganging up with your super-stylish leader at the starting point, you’ll groove down the historic streets, passing famous landmarks, performers and the public- looking on in awe and jealousy! Your moves are awesome. You just don’t know it yet... It's a Flash Mob. It's a Silent Disco. It’s a roaming, rhythmic riot through Manchester! Other things to note Sing, dance and cheer your way through the famous streets of Manchester! If you are celebrating anything in particular do let us know so we can make your Adventure even more special.
Make a Manchester Bee Mosaic
We'll meet outside the entrance hall at Manchester Art Gallery for a short walking bee tour. The art gallery is the perfect place to spot a few bees. We will explore the significance of the Manchester bee, Industrial Revolution and Cottonoplois. We'll also look at the gorgeous William De Morgan Victorian tiles and Pre-Raphaelite Art. Then onto Manchester Town Hall to pay homage to architect Alfred Waterhouse (1830 ~1905) who designed the gothic style masterpiece. He created the incredible bee mosaic floor, the inspiration for our mosaic. Then over to Library Walk to see the flower mosaic floor and spot some more worker bees. As we make our way through the streets of Manchester we will see wonderful examples of architecture. Onto "Whitworth Locke Hotel” Co Working Space, Whitworth Street. Where we will settle in with a tea or coffee from Foundation Coffee and start to make our bee mosaics. You’ll leave with a unique mosaic to treasure forever, a wonderful memory of your trip to Manchester. All materials will be provided. I'll guide you through the mosaic process and technique, sharing my skills and tips on how to make the best bee mosaic. The experience is a wonderful welcome to Manchester, you're going to have the best time. It’s a unique experience, I know you'll love. This will be an excellent way of meeting new people if you are travelling alone.
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