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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
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.
Mindful Alpaca Walking Experience
A warm welcome awaits. We will start by talking about some interesting facts about Alpacas. You will meet the Alpacas while I get them ready with their lead ropes and we will have a talk about how to be around them and their different temperaments. Once they are all ready to go, you will be given an Alpaca to walk around our fields. The experience is about spending time with these lovely alpacas as well as a walk. Remember to bring your camera to take photos so you have a memory to keep. Once we have had our walk, maybe stopping a few times to let the Alpacas graze, we will arrive back for a chance to take more photos and give the Alpacas some treats as a thank you to them. This is a nice opportunity to be able to be really close to them and have some selfies. You will then have a choice of Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, or squash and some biscuits and a chat about your experience . We are a small private farm so no crowds, just our family home with our animals for you to enjoy. Other things to note Everyone should be confident walkers over bumpy/muddy ground. Children under 8 can share an alpaca with an adult. The walk is at a slow pace as the Alpacas like to graze along the way.
Beekeeping in the South Downs
We'll meet at our farm for an initial introduction. Next we'll walk the grounds and explain the relationship between nature and bees, underlining their importance to the eco system. Then, we'll take you through the equipment needed to practise bee keeping, the main events in the beekeeping year, how we manage the swarming season and extract the golden honey. We'll visit one or two of our apiary sites in the locality, and if weather permits we may open a hive to let you see what the inside of a bee colony looks like. Afterwards, we'll return to the farm and try some honey tasting to help you understand the different types of honey available. A relaxing experience enjoying nature and gaining an appreciation of these beautiful, selfless animals. Other things to note Decent footwear is key if we are walking - but it should not be too demanding.
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.

Hampshire i sielskie życie

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.
To West Wittering Beach & Chichester Harbour by Ebike & 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 an one hour run at a leisurely pace, In and around Winchester, taking on the sights you may or may not know about. Meeting up and starting at Winchester Cathedral in the centre of Winchester, we will take in the following sights, starting with running to the King Alfred statue situated at the bottom of the high street. We then head on to St Catherine’s hill, which will also include running/walking up the steps to admire the view from the top, at the bottom of St Catherine’s hill, we will also stop to see the new mural artwork, done by a local artist. 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 the university (the first one of Greta Thunberg in the world), before heading back down into the city via The Great Hall, and finishing back at the cathedral, where the tour will end and you receive your memento of the run to take home with you.
Donkey walking in the New Forest countryside
Join me on a guided donkey walk in the New Forest! The experience is for small private groups (up to 5 people) from 6 years old upwards and it takes place on off road private tracks just outside Fordingbridge, Hampshire, UK. We will not ride the donkeys, but we will lead them and walk alongside them. My two donkeys, Ulysses and Arthur, will help us carry our picnic bags on their custom-made pack saddles, while I will talk about all things donkeys! You will have a chance to learn about donkey behaviour, what activities donkeys do around the world and how to care for them. Donkeys naturally walk at a slow pace, which will give you the opportunity to slow down from a busy routine and connect with nature. We will walk through farmland and woodland and we will meet sheep and cows on the way and maybe a free roaming deer. In the woodlands, we will be able to see which wild plants the donkeys love and are good for their health. They are excellent herbalists!The walk will last approximately 1.5 hours and it is a great introduction to donkey walking. The experience includes a small picnic half way and the chance to brush the donkeys. All guests will receive a rosette at the end of the walk and children will receive a hand made donkey colouring book.
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.

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Kayaking Adventure to Old Harry Rocks
Our sea kayaking adventure in Studland bay is something pretty special. It marks the beginning of the Jurassic Coastline, a UNESCO World Heritage sight, for one, but for two, our patch of Dorset wild which also happens to be an iconic landmark Old Harry Rocks, that is filled to the brim in myth, magic and legend, with the tales of pirates and smugglers contributing to the history of our home which we happily share along the way. Old Harry Rocks is a beautiful and iconic sea kayaking destination, and the best way to explore this iconic landmark is from a sea Kayak, our hut on the shores of Middle beach is just a short paddle away. After an inital safety briefing you will join us and jump aboard the kayaks to explore Studland bay in Dorset before heading out to Old Harry Rocks. From here, you will be guided you to explore the sea caves, arches and stacks of this iconic landmark by kayak. We will have frequent stops to discuss this area of outstanding natural beauty and there will ample opportunity to learn about the eco system and geology along the way. These trips are run using double sit on top kayaks, please book in your family or social bubble groups as you will be sharing a kayak. If you are booking an uneven group number we have some single kayaks for this situation, if you want a single kayak please contact us and we can discuss other trips with you. Min age 12+
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
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.
To West Wittering Beach & Chichester Harbour by Ebike & 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.
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.
Mindful Alpaca Walking Experience
A warm welcome awaits. We will start by talking about some interesting facts about Alpacas. You will meet the Alpacas while I get them ready with their lead ropes and we will have a talk about how to be around them and their different temperaments. Once they are all ready to go, you will be given an Alpaca to walk around our fields. The experience is about spending time with these lovely alpacas as well as a walk. Remember to bring your camera to take photos so you have a memory to keep. Once we have had our walk, maybe stopping a few times to let the Alpacas graze, we will arrive back for a chance to take more photos and give the Alpacas some treats as a thank you to them. This is a nice opportunity to be able to be really close to them and have some selfies. You will then have a choice of Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, or squash and some biscuits and a chat about your experience . We are a small private farm so no crowds, just our family home with our animals for you to enjoy. Other things to note Everyone should be confident walkers over bumpy/muddy ground. Children under 8 can share an alpaca with an adult. The walk is at a slow pace as the Alpacas like to graze along the way.
Discover Winchester with a Medieval Historian
Discover the medieval capital of the Kingdom of England with a PhD medieval historian. Dr Lillian Cespedes Gonzalez, local to Winchester, studied medieval history in this city as well so you will get insider and history knowledge all at the same time. Learn about King Alfred the Great, King Arthur and the Round Table, as well as empowering female locals such as Licoricia of Winchester. We will also walk by Winchester Cathedral, Winchester College and the Barracks. Depending on the day of the week, we will have a chance to enjoy the local market with its fresh produce and artisan stalls.
The Titanic Secrets of Southampton
We will meet at the foot of the Town Quay, Southampton's Port of call for ships sailing to the Isle of Wight. As we walk, we will hear of how the Port of Southampton today operates, where, and what Cruises operate from these busy Piers. We will visit the site of the Mayflower ship's last docking before sailing to America. We will walk the start of the QE2 Mile, hearing of that modern famous ships connection to Southampton. We will then see the secret location of the White Star Line's office, where the bereaved waited news of the Titanic's Fate. And finally to Oxford Street, home to all the things Titanic. We will speak and see of all the surprises of the Titanic hiding in plain sight of Modern Southampton. WALSH TOURS PLEASE NOTE THIS EXPERIENCE REQUIRES A MINIMUM BOOKING OF TWO GUESTS GROUPS LIMITED TO 8 GUESTS TOTAL PRIVATE TOURS ALSO AVAILABLE OUTDOORS ONLY
Beekeeping in the South Downs
We'll meet at our farm for an initial introduction. Next we'll walk the grounds and explain the relationship between nature and bees, underlining their importance to the eco system. Then, we'll take you through the equipment needed to practise bee keeping, the main events in the beekeeping year, how we manage the swarming season and extract the golden honey. We'll visit one or two of our apiary sites in the locality, and if weather permits we may open a hive to let you see what the inside of a bee colony looks like. Afterwards, we'll return to the farm and try some honey tasting to help you understand the different types of honey available. A relaxing experience enjoying nature and gaining an appreciation of these beautiful, selfless animals. Other things to note Decent footwear is key if we are walking - but it should not be too demanding.
Draw Moroccan Geometric Patterns
Draw Moroccan Geometric Patterns: A very comprehensive workshop on the traditional Moroccan methods of drawing Moroccan geometry using a compass and ruler. This workshop will help you to learn about the history, cultural meaning and techniques of Moroccan ornaments found in many of Morocco's traditional and contemporary monuments. No experience required!
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.
Group paint along with a brush of genius art class
Fun paint along artclass with A brush of genius artclass A blank canvas eagerly awaits your masterpiece! This is a listing for a private group experience that can be tailored to you. Great for family and friends, get togethers, parties and simply to relax and unwind. We will choose a great painting for your session ( there are many to select from!) I will then guide you step by step through the process to create your own version of the masterpiece. All materials will be provided - canvas,acrylics, brushes and inspiration! At the end of the lesson you will have your own painting to take home any enjoy! The main trick is of course to enjoy it - let your joy shine through, and "celebrate the wonkyness" that might just so happen to pop up along the way!
Craft a leather dog collar or lead
I'll spend the first hour guiding you through the basic skills of choosing materials, measuring and preparing the leather all the while teaching you something of the rich history of saddlery. The rest of the time will be spent making your own beautiful collar or lead, finishing it and embossing a name or phone number if you want. (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 Please don't feel bound by the times and dates on this site, contact me and I can usually be pretty flexible.
Pottery Classes and Workshops- Throwing on the Potters Wheel
I offer introductory lessons in throwing on the potters wheel. The class includes a full demonstration and then you will have fun throwing your own pots! The lesson can be one-to-one, or a party can be arranged. Pottery is fired and glazed on site and is ready for collection 4 weeks later, or can be posted to you. There are a number of options for tailor made classes and workshops. Classes are designed for beginners as well as the more experienced. The pottery garden is a safe space and you may want to feed the friendly hens too! Other things to note Please wear comfortable cloths that you don’t mind getting dirty! Towels and washing facilities are available, but the stairs are steep to go to the loo. A very friendly Staffie dog called Izzy lives in site and will greet you as if she’s known you all her life!
Two-hour Paddleboarding Session in Swanage Bay
Embark on a fun and memorable paddleboarding session in the beautiful Swanage Bay. Our Instructors are professionally trained, friendly people who want to give you the best experience possible. Whether it is your first-ever time on a board or if you already have the skills. These sessions will help build your skills further and allow you to meet like-minded, water-loving people like yourselves. The session will last approximately 2 hours which includes arrival, safety brief, instruction and debrief.
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