Spring Woodland Workshop with Kingston University Biodiversity Action Group



Kingston Hill Campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames KT2 7LB, Kingston Hill

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If you go down to the woods today, you’ll learn some new green woodworking skills. In previous years we have made key rings, whistles, spoons forks, bullroarers, bowl burning and created pewter ornaments. What we’ll be doing is always a mystery until the week before the event!

Booking is essential for this free event, we will confirm bookings by email, and we will be running a waiting list if we have more interest than the maximum no of places, which is 10.

Please note that due to insurance purposes this event is only open to those who are 16+

Snacks will be provided during the day.

As well as the booking details (name and email) please email any allergies or dietary information to biodiversity@kingston.ac.uk:

Hope to see you there. 


How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email Sivi Sivanesan or Rachel Walls on biodiversity@kingston.ac.uk

What are my options for getting to and from the event?

We normally email joining instructions the week before an event, allowing time for as many people to sign up as possible. 

If you had a specific query that you would like answered sooner, please email on biodiversity@kingston.ac.uk.

The skills you develop by taking part in this activity can be used to build your Kingston Award reflections on Career Zone.  Find out more by watching  our Kingston Award video, visiting our Kingston Award webpages or getting in touch with us.