2020 hasn’t been an easy year for anyone. Yet we always try to make the most of our time and support as many people as possible. When Richard Diss, from the Clophill centre approached us about helping to build a traditional roundhouse.  We lept in and have been privileged to be part of the build since conception. This is a long-term community project which we funding through donations. when completed it will be used for support groups, forest schools, and community projects.  For more information and to be kept up to date with this project view our blog. 


The Moment the center pin is pulled from the roof and two tons of wood, become self-supporting.

A very happy Richard As we complete the "Bones" of the Roundhouse

The "Bones" of the roundhouse.