Wild Hollowfields hosts arts, wildlife and archaeology events. The 250 acre farmland site provides a fantastic backdrop, also hosting a limited number of educational visits for groups and organisations through the Natural England Higher Level Stewardship Scheme.

Worcestershire County Council’s Historic Environment Team, the RSPB, Butterfly Conservation, Natural England, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, Defra, FWAG, photography clubs, the Young Archaeologist Club, beaver scout groups, schools and university students are among those for whom Wild Hollowfields has hosted training days and events.


Activities for children have included:


  • Painting
  • Theatre and poetry workshops
  • Studying animals and their habitats
  • Badger and bat walks
  • Animal trails
  • Shelter building
  • The story of food, from the field to our table
  • Watching farm machinery in action: cultivating, harvesting- seasonal
  • Fairtrade and farming
  • Gathering and recording data
  • Studying archaeology on the farm
  • Studying plants
  • Pond dipping
  • Species identification

Activities for adults have included:


  • Bird walks
  • Archaeology walks and talks
  • Farm wildlife walks
  • Dowsing
  • Photography
  • Butterfly conservation training days
  • Orchard training days
  • Art days
  • Studying pollinators
  • Butterfly walks
  • Species identification
  • Farming for wildlife training


Bird walk led by Gert Corfield

Events can be tailored to your specific needs and the farm can be exclusively yours for the day. Jo and Jan Terry are trained through CEVAS (Countryside Educational Visits Accreditation Scheme) .

We would love to hear from you. You can email: or fill in the form on our contact us page.

We would be delighted to answer any queries you may have .





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