Woodland and woodcraft work is a great environment for people to relate to themselves, nature and to each other. I have worked in this environment for the last 10 years, teaching as a woodland tutor at Ruskin Mill College in Gloucestershire, and more recently running the Sharpham Trust volunteer group near Totnes. Working alongside other people and experiencing all that arises within our environment together brings many benefits.
I work with groups of people, from local volunteers to people with mental health issues and special needs to primary school children. I run workshops in spoon making, stool making, gate making and other woodwork.