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Afternoon tea with the Alpacas
You will be warmly greeted and shown to your picnic table (in the winter months you can eat in our cosy warm cabin) ready to meet the Alpacas. This is an afternoon tea with a difference, you will enjoy a short talk by your host on alpacas so you learn a bit about them, then you will be able to enjoy your afternoon tea whilst the alpacas graze close by. This will consist of a selection of sandwiches and cakes and a pot of tea or coffee. You will be able to enjoy your afternoon tea with the alpacas as they will graze right up close to your table so keep an eye on your cake! A great opportunity to take photos, get to know more about Alpacas whilst enjoying an afternoon tea. This is in a peaceful setting so a chance to relax away from crowds, enjoy some quiet time and be close to nature with Alpacas for company. After your afternoon tea you will be able to feed the alpacas so this is a unique experience and so much more than just an afternoon tea. Other things to note In the winter months, you will be able to eat in our warm and cosy cabin. Afterwards you will be able to feed our alpacas. Well behaved children are welcome, however we are not a petting zoo and is not suitable for children who want to run, scream and shout. This is a peaceful but fun experience.
The magic world of chocolate
This is a private course for 2 people so there is flexibility. Feel free to contact me to discuss any thing you are interested, Happy to adjust course time and even dates to suit you. Introduction to chocolate making equipment and techniques, for use in a home environment. You will be able to produce very professional chocolates using the facilities of a home kitchen. so you can continue to make chocolates at home. Hands-on practical sessions: How to temper (crystalise) chocolate, in a home environment (this is important as most chocolatiers only show the table technique) How to make a ganache How to make chocolates using moulds Decorating moulds using cocoa butter colours Coating the moulds, filling and sealing them During Easter months we can make Easter eggs How to take care of chocolate equipment Finishing You will take away with you lots of chocolates that you have made yourself, for you, your friends and family to enjoy beautifully packed for presents. This is what each one of you will make to take home. Suggested retails value, but could cost more in different retail shops, of chocolates you take home beautifully packed 48 moulded bonbon chocolates £48.00--14 truffles £14.00 8 tablets £16.00 a quantity of piped and enrobed truffles £15.00 And sometimes more Contact Chonette if you prefer times and days to suit you not listed in the calendar
Night Hike the Jurassic Coast
There is so little time or opportunity nowadays to experience the countryside and coast at night, away from the blinding glare of street lights and vehicles. My Night Hike on the Jurassic Coast takes you to a quiet part of coastline that is completely free of all light pollution and rich in wildlife. We will follow well maintained tracks and paths from the village of Worth Matravers in Purbeck along the ancient Priests Way and down winding valleys to the wave-washed rocks at Seacombe or Winspit Coves. From here we walk along a fenced clifftop path back to the Square and Compass pub in Worth Matravers and on the way I tell tales of the shipwrecked sailors and smugglers that haunt the surrounding cliffs and valleys Along the way there is a possibility of seeing a variety of nocturnal wildlife such as deer, badgers, bats and owls. If we are lucky the sky will be clear of clouds and we can enjoy some wonderful star gazing. Other things to note The route follows well maintained paths and tracks for the entire route but it is often VERY muddy and slippery so please bring suitable footwear with good grippy soles. Bright and comfortable head torches can be provided but bring you own if you wish.
Journey Through Winchester's Past
We will meet in front of the Westgate, the medieval entrance to the town; we will speak and learn about this Ancient Capital of England: Winchester. Here we will see what remains of Winchester Castle, the Great Hall and talk of: King Arthur, the Domesday Book, and Thomas Hardy. We will continue down the famous High Street with its' beautiful buildings. Then we will see the marvel that is Winchester Cathedral. Here with will learn about famed author Jane Austen, her connection to Winchester, who is buried in the Cathedral. After we will stroll the banks of the River Itchen, which inspired the poetry of John Keats. We will see the remains of the Wolvesey Palace, Winchester College, before we finish our Experience at the Jane Austen House. WALSH TOURS GROUPS LIMITED TO 8 GUESTS TOTAL PRIVATE TOURS ALSO AVAILABLE OUTDOORS ONLY 20% OFF AT THE WYKEHAM ARMS PUB
Halnaker tree tunnel and windmill walk
Join me on a leisurely 4-mile walk (lasting 2 to 2.5 hours) through the beautiful Sussex countryside, into the South Downs National Park via an ancient hollow way following in the footsteps of Romans, commoners and a king fleeing for his life! We'll start our walk in a village just a ten-minute drive (20-minute by bus) north of Chichester, passing through vineyards, farmland and a beautiful tunnel of trees. After a short walk uphill, we'll see the restored windmill and have time to admire the 360° views of the Sussex countryside. The Isle of Wight can be seen from here on a clear day. Learn about Boxgrove Man, the oldest human remains ever found in England, a Neolithic settlement and see WWII radio direction-finding structures. Hear local folktales and learn a little Sussex dialect. Depending on the time of year, we may see a range of butterflies and birds, including buzzards and skylarks and, if we are very lucky, we may see some deer. Chichester is the nearest railway station. There is a regular bus service from there to the meeting point. Other things to note: This is an easy walk but it is not suitable for anyone with mobility difficulties due to several stiles on the route. The route can be very muddy after rain. Alternative times/and dates are possible on request. There are no public toilets in the village. Parking is available at the meeting point.

გაიცანით Hampshire და მისი შემოგარენი

Guided walks with New Forest Nature and Nurture
We will meet for a guided walk in the New Forest. I can tailor to your needs and delve into the real working forest away from the tourist hotspots while sharing with you my local knowledge of the history, landscape, wildlife and local people to give you a better understanding for this beautiful place and how the grazing animals have shaped the landscape. The walks average 4-7 miles and can easily involve a pub lunch on request. The walks are not limited to daytime, I can be a available at sunrise or sunset to see the best of the wildlife. Longer or shorter walks are available on request. I would advise contacting me first so we can tailor the walk for you.
A family adventure walk in the dark
This is a fun and adventurous exploration of the countryside and coastline of Purbeck. It is made all the more exciting by venturing forth after dark though no need to be afraid as this adventure makes being out at night fun and enjoyable. Our adventure starts in the quaint village of Worth Matravers but we are soon heading off the beaten track via the ancient Priests Way. I can take you to a quarry where a series of amazing dinosaur footprint fossils can be seen by torchlight (or moonlight!); at night we can imagine that the dinosaurs are still lurking in the shadows before we discover the secretive Seacombe Valley. This valley is a real wildlife haven and depending on the time of year we can often spot deer, foxes, badgers, bats and even glow worms. To help us spot the wildlife we will play some great listening, watching and silent walking games. Finally we reach the sea and explore the deserted quarries at Seacombe Cove, a past haunt of smugglers and still inhabited by the ghosts of shipwrecked sailors. If we are lucky and the sky is clear of clouds then the stargazing is amazing as we are miles from any street lights and light pollution. From here we retrace our steps up part of the valley before the final steep hill back to our starting point in the village.
To West Wittering Beach by Electric Bike & Boat
Join me on a magical 4 to 5 hour round trip from Chichester to West Wittering Beach. After an Ebike introduction & instruction on how to use them, when everyone is comfortable & happy we'll set off on our adventure. This unforgettable leisurely trip first takes us through the scenic country lanes to Chichester Harbour (AONB), an internationally important pit stop for wading birds & an area of outstanding natural beauty. At Bosham Hoe we'll catch the licensed ferry boat to Itchenor just a short ride across the water & a great way to see the harbour aboard a boat captained by an experienced ferryman. Next, from Itchenor we join part of the Saltern's Way cycle path, a beautiful section through scenic farmland which is car free. We then reach West Wittering village & then onto the beach. At the beach we can lock the bikes & there's time to explore, sit back on the sand or take a dip! The beach has lifeguards (mid-May to Mid-September) & designated swiming zones. The unspoilt, rural bliss of the surrounding area easily earns its reputation as one of the best beaches in the UK. This blue flag beach has toilets, showers & a cafe. From the beach we then return back to Chichester via the Marina, scenic country lanes and back roads. Total trip approx 4 to 5 hours, 18 miles. Ideal for beginner cyclists & all flat terrain.
Winchester Running Tour
My Winchester Running Tour is offering you a guided one hour run at a leisurely pace, In and around the Winchester area, taking in the sights you may or may not know about. Meeting up and starting at Winchester Cathedral in the centre of Winchester, we will start by taking in the sights of the city centre, seeing such things as the the Guildhall and the King Alfred statue situated at the bottom of the high street, before heading along the beautiful River Itchen. We then head on to St Catherine’s hill, which will also include running/walking up the steps to admire the breathtaking views from the top, where there is a great views to be had of the surrounding areas of Winchester and the centre of Winchester. At the bottom of St Catherine’s hill, we will also stop to see some mural artwork, done by a local artist in the area. Once down at the bottom we then head on towards the Hockley Railway Viaduct, and run across it and where once again there is great views to be had. From there it’s a run up to see the new Greta Thunberg statue outside Winchester University (the first one of Greta Thunberg anywhere in the world), before heading back down into the city via The Great Hall, on a lovely downhill finish, before finishing back at the cathedral, where the tour will end and you receive your memento of the run to take home with you.
Ebike & Walking Experience to Europes finest Yew Tree Forest
Join me on an electric bike & walking tour of Kingley Vale Nature Reserve, Europe's finest yew tree forest! Part of the South Downs National Park, this world class mosaic of natural habitats is home to amazing wildlife, ancient trees & rare plants. This unique tour is a chance to experience nature, take in breathtaking landscapes & to find out fascinating local history on route. After an Ebike introduction & instruction on how to use them, when everyone is comfortable & happy we'll set off on our adventure. From Chichester we take the scenic back roads & bridle paths to Kingley Vale. The spectacular yew groves form the heart of this reserve & here there are several large & extremely old trees, some are estimated to be amongst the oldest living things in Britain. Fom the Vale we'll head up to the chalk grasslands of Bow Hill. At the summit, we'll see some of the best views in England. The panoramic views are stunning in all directions. Looking South you can see Chichester Harbour & beyond the Isle of Wight. We'll check out the Bronze Age burial mounds & discover the legends that surround this ancient archelogical site. Known as the the Devil’s Humps or the King's Graves, these mounds are considered some of the most impressive barrows surviving in the UK. To complete our journey we'll make our way downhill & return to Chichester via the scenic back roads.

ყველა აქტივობა, რომელსაც Hampshire და მისი შემოგარენი გთავაზობთ

Craft a handmade leather belt
I'll start by guiding you through the basic skills of measuring, cutting, edging, creasing and stitching leather whilst teaching you something of the rich history of english tanning and saddlery. I will teach you how to saddle stitch, using the clams, awl and two needles, and all the while I'll keep you supplied with drinks and snacks. The second half of your time will be dedicated to making your own piece where you can choose the belt size, leather colour and buckle type such that you'll end up with a truly unique and lasting souvenir of the day that you, or a special friend or relative will cherish for years to come. (Please don't feel bound by the times and dates on this site, contact me and I can usually be pretty flexible.) Other things to note There is no need for any prior experience but the stitching does require reasonable dexterity and strength so I would suggest this is experience is for older teenagers and adults only. Please don't feel bound by the times and dates on this site, contact me and I can usually be pretty flexible.
Afternoon tea with the Alpacas
You will be warmly greeted and shown to your picnic table (in the winter months you can eat in our cosy warm cabin) ready to meet the Alpacas. This is an afternoon tea with a difference, you will enjoy a short talk by your host on alpacas so you learn a bit about them, then you will be able to enjoy your afternoon tea whilst the alpacas graze close by. This will consist of a selection of sandwiches and cakes and a pot of tea or coffee. You will be able to enjoy your afternoon tea with the alpacas as they will graze right up close to your table so keep an eye on your cake! A great opportunity to take photos, get to know more about Alpacas whilst enjoying an afternoon tea. This is in a peaceful setting so a chance to relax away from crowds, enjoy some quiet time and be close to nature with Alpacas for company. After your afternoon tea you will be able to feed the alpacas so this is a unique experience and so much more than just an afternoon tea. Other things to note In the winter months, you will be able to eat in our warm and cosy cabin. Afterwards you will be able to feed our alpacas. Well behaved children are welcome, however we are not a petting zoo and is not suitable for children who want to run, scream and shout. This is a peaceful but fun experience.
The magic world of chocolate
This is a private course for 2 people so there is flexibility. Feel free to contact me to discuss any thing you are interested, Happy to adjust course time and even dates to suit you. Introduction to chocolate making equipment and techniques, for use in a home environment. You will be able to produce very professional chocolates using the facilities of a home kitchen. so you can continue to make chocolates at home. Hands-on practical sessions: How to temper (crystalise) chocolate, in a home environment (this is important as most chocolatiers only show the table technique) How to make a ganache How to make chocolates using moulds Decorating moulds using cocoa butter colours Coating the moulds, filling and sealing them During Easter months we can make Easter eggs How to take care of chocolate equipment Finishing You will take away with you lots of chocolates that you have made yourself, for you, your friends and family to enjoy beautifully packed for presents. This is what each one of you will make to take home. Suggested retails value, but could cost more in different retail shops, of chocolates you take home beautifully packed 48 moulded bonbon chocolates £48.00--14 truffles £14.00 8 tablets £16.00 a quantity of piped and enrobed truffles £15.00 And sometimes more Contact Chonette if you prefer times and days to suit you not listed in the calendar
Night Hike the Jurassic Coast
There is so little time or opportunity nowadays to experience the countryside and coast at night, away from the blinding glare of street lights and vehicles. My Night Hike on the Jurassic Coast takes you to a quiet part of coastline that is completely free of all light pollution and rich in wildlife. We will follow well maintained tracks and paths from the village of Worth Matravers in Purbeck along the ancient Priests Way and down winding valleys to the wave-washed rocks at Seacombe or Winspit Coves. From here we walk along a fenced clifftop path back to the Square and Compass pub in Worth Matravers and on the way I tell tales of the shipwrecked sailors and smugglers that haunt the surrounding cliffs and valleys Along the way there is a possibility of seeing a variety of nocturnal wildlife such as deer, badgers, bats and owls. If we are lucky the sky will be clear of clouds and we can enjoy some wonderful star gazing. Other things to note The route follows well maintained paths and tracks for the entire route but it is often VERY muddy and slippery so please bring suitable footwear with good grippy soles. Bright and comfortable head torches can be provided but bring you own if you wish.
Journey Through Winchester's Past
We will meet in front of the Westgate, the medieval entrance to the town; we will speak and learn about this Ancient Capital of England: Winchester. Here we will see what remains of Winchester Castle, the Great Hall and talk of: King Arthur, the Domesday Book, and Thomas Hardy. We will continue down the famous High Street with its' beautiful buildings. Then we will see the marvel that is Winchester Cathedral. Here with will learn about famed author Jane Austen, her connection to Winchester, who is buried in the Cathedral. After we will stroll the banks of the River Itchen, which inspired the poetry of John Keats. We will see the remains of the Wolvesey Palace, Winchester College, before we finish our Experience at the Jane Austen House. WALSH TOURS GROUPS LIMITED TO 8 GUESTS TOTAL PRIVATE TOURS ALSO AVAILABLE OUTDOORS ONLY 20% OFF AT THE WYKEHAM ARMS PUB
Enjoy baking delicious sourdough
The aim of this experience is to introduce you to the art of making authentic sourdough bread here in Boston Road, Henley-on-Thames. The experience begins at 10.30am in my home (free parking, a 5-minute walk from Henley-on-Thames train station). Together we will make our own loaves, using sourdough ferment (the starter), and combining it with strong white bread flour, spelt, water and sea salt. With the help of a few simple tweaks, we will bake the bread in a standard domestic oven, to a professional standard. See guest photos... I shall show you a French kneading technique to make light and airy dough quickly and efficiently. You will also learn how to look after your starter, that you will be given to take home, along with fresh-baked, sourdough bread. You will also have a shaped, unbaked loaf to take home which can be baked the next day in your own home. During lunch we will enjoy some fresh-baked sourdough, paired with a selection of cheese, charcuterie, fruit and wine. Other options available for vegans and vegetarians. The experience will take place in a large kitchen that is only used for baking bread. Places are limited to four people. No experience necessary.
Halnaker tree tunnel and windmill walk
Join me on a leisurely 4-mile walk (lasting 2 to 2.5 hours) through the beautiful Sussex countryside, into the South Downs National Park via an ancient hollow way following in the footsteps of Romans, commoners and a king fleeing for his life! We'll start our walk in a village just a ten-minute drive (20-minute by bus) north of Chichester, passing through vineyards, farmland and a beautiful tunnel of trees. After a short walk uphill, we'll see the restored windmill and have time to admire the 360° views of the Sussex countryside. The Isle of Wight can be seen from here on a clear day. Learn about Boxgrove Man, the oldest human remains ever found in England, a Neolithic settlement and see WWII radio direction-finding structures. Hear local folktales and learn a little Sussex dialect. Depending on the time of year, we may see a range of butterflies and birds, including buzzards and skylarks and, if we are very lucky, we may see some deer. Chichester is the nearest railway station. There is a regular bus service from there to the meeting point. Other things to note: This is an easy walk but it is not suitable for anyone with mobility difficulties due to several stiles on the route. The route can be very muddy after rain. Alternative times/and dates are possible on request. There are no public toilets in the village. Parking is available at the meeting point.
Bob Ross Painting Experience
Firstly the students choose a painting from my collection (everyone paints the same ) After my initial introduction, we have a practice on an old canvas, when I show you how to use the brushes to create the painting, to get familiar with the materials. We then change to a brand new canvas (20 x 16 inches) and I teach you slowly starting with the sky, and layer by layer to build up the painting till it is finished. I will give everyone all the time needed to produce a painting that will astound yourself and your friends. I can teach anyone to paint. Even if you've only ever painted doors and skirting boards before. The Bob Ross method of painting is simple to understand and the first time you do it, you can get a fantastic result. I supply all the materials needed including plastic aprons, tea and coffees and gentle music! It's a very relaxed atmosphere of having fun while learning to paint. The time limit is not strict as some people need more time, which is no problem, as I believe that this is your day, and if that means more time, its OK with me PLEASE BE AWARE, I will take everyones temperature with my new infra red thermometer. If you have a high temperature YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO JOIN US FOR THE PAINTING SESSION. You will receive your payment back from Air B&B Due to COVID 19 I have lowered my class to 2 people, but contact me I can do 4 people from same bubble. Other things to note Wear old clothes as paint can jump and bring a snack to eat for lunch. If you are looking for another date, (other that Wednesdays) you can always ask. I am busy , but if I can fit you in I'll always try.
Meet and Greet the Alpacas
When you arrive , you will be warmly welcomed. You will be offered a drink of tea, coffee or a soft drink. After a brief safety talk, the alpacas will come in to meet you. You will be given a talk on alpacas so you will learn all about them and a chance to ask questions. You will then be able to feed the alpacas. A chance to take some great photos. This experiece is perfect for all ages. A chance to feed the alpacas and learn more about where they come from and how we care for them.
Visit a nutritionist’s edible garden
Explore a garden designed to produce & display a wide variety of edible plants, including fruits; vegetables; herbs & plants for infusions. There are trees; shrubs; tubers; perennials & annual plants. Over 100 types of edible plants (e.g. potatoes & tomatoes) & over 200 varieties (e.g. red & blue potatoes; red & yellow tomatoes) are grown in the garden throughout the year. Including unusual food plants (e.g mashua, oca & yacon), heritage varieties (e.g. Broad Ripple Yellow Currant tomatoes) & unusual coloured varieties (purple mangetout, yellow raspberries) rare to find in supermarkets. The visit can be used to reflect the interests of guests, from practical advice on how to grow, harvest, store or cook specific crops to the history or nutrition of fruits & vegetables. You can also discuss general nutrition questions throughout the experience. Jan & Feb focuses on how to plan edible gardens & where to buy seeds & tubers Mar & Apr focuses on sowing & planting annual crops May & Jun is the start of harvesting (e.g peas & beans) Jul & Aug is peak production time Sep & Oct is the start of storing & preserving for the winter Nov & Dec focuses on preserving & preparing for winter Other things to note Some areas of the garden are not flat, but the majority of the visit will be on flat ground. Lawned areas may be difficult for wheelchair users.
Festive Mince Pies and meet the Alpacas
You will be warmly greeted and shown to your picnic table or undercover area if weather is bad. You will be offered a warm drink and some mince pies to enjoy at this festive time. I will talk to you about Alpacas, their characters, and what is involved with looking after them. After your mince pies, you will be able to feed the Alpacas, they will come up close to you and you will be able to take photos, a great way to make new memories and get to know all about Alpacas, something different to enjoy during this festive time of year. Other things to note This is an outdoor experience so please wrap up warm. There is an undercover area if weather bad. , Come and meet the Alpacas, learn about them and get into the festive spirit.
Meet Bee the sheep and the flock with a New Forest commoner
When you arrive I will greet you with a Hot chocolate, Tea or freshly ground coffee. While you enjoy your drink out in our beautiful gardens adjacent to the paddock, I can chat to you about the breed and how we have come to raise our own flock of Shetlands. If needed due to a shower of rain we can sit in the Shepherds hut instead. Then get on your boots, get some fresh air and join me out in our paddock to meet "Bee" and my super friendly herd of Shetland sheep. I will teach you how to interact and connect with the sheep in a meaningful way. I have built up a fantastic relationship with these animals and you will be amazed at how tame they are! After you have had enough sheep therapy and the experience ends, you could enjoy the rest of your day in the forest or visit the Royal Oak pub for a snack. Sunset experience For any adult group who would like to join this experience later in the day please do request on booking and I can arrange this for you.
E-bike experience by the Thames
You will be greeted by your host Mark at the agreed location Town Hall. You will then be shown how to operate your e-bike, you will have a safety bike helmet to wear at all times whilst cycling your e-bike. You will then enjoy a lovely experience cycling, visiting the Thames and local villages while the e-bike glides you effortlessly along country lanes.
Copper Bowl Making in Winchester
Starting with a sheet of brass or copper, Emily will show you how to tidy up the edges of a simple shape to ensure they are not sharp. The main body of the experience will be learning how to shape the piece of copper into a bowl, understanding how to create a curved form known as ‘sinking’. There will also be an opportunity to add detailing and character with various tools. Not only will you leave this experience with a delightful piece to add to your home, you will also have a hands-on appreciation of just how important handcraft skills are and the work that goes into even the simplest of crafts. In a world of rushing, fast consumption and excess, take the time to spend an evening to learn about a slower craft and appreciate the handmade.
Gourmet BBQ Experience in the garden
The sun's out and you wish to create memories with family or friends in the comfort of your own garden, let us take care of bringing you a gourmet style restaurant quality BBQ experience. A perfect solution to entertain outside! We cook in front your guests, bringing a luxury BBQ experience to your garden. From meat to vege/vegan options, we can cater to your needs. Here's a list with some of our favourites: Pineapple and spicy pork skewers Fiery Prawn and pepper skewers Salt and pepper tofu skewers Lamb Kofta skewers Barbecued melting aubergines with lemon and pepper Beer braised short ribs Tahini lamb chops Smoky Chermoula Salmon Barbecued bream, with spring onions, lemon and chilli Chargrilled monkfish kebabs Seafood, pineapple and coconut kebabs Tandoor style chicken kebabs Herby lamb kebabs Pulled aubergine and black bean burgers Chicken and halloumi burgers Handmade gourmet beef burgers Leaf it out plant based gourmet burgers Piri piri glazed chicken Feta and courgette gourmet burgers Garlic and mushroom burgers A long list of refreshing salads! Our experience is hand-made and completely home-made using only the freshest of ingredients. We kindly request guests to provide the dinnerware.