The hexagonal study barn, near the ice house in Fishpond Wood, will be open to visitors from 5pm on weekdays and 1000 to 1700 on weekends during the Trail event. It is a 400 yard walk through over uneven ground but most mobility scooters and wheelchairs can make it if accompanied – please e-mail in advance for advice and special parking. There is a toilet that accommodates most disabilities. Some art and craft work will be on display, and the owners available to explain and explore further uses of this new facility. The “hexagon” motif is a reminder of six ways to wellbeing: be creative, be active, be mindful, keep learning, stay connected and make a contribution.
20-30th August Monday to Friday 5pm to 7pm (the woodland paths are always open to walkers). Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm.
Pateley Bridge Car parks - please show consideration for Beverley village residents and avoid parking in the village.
It is a 400 yard walk over uneven ground but most mobility scooters and wheelchairs can make it if accompanied - please e-mail in advance for advice and special parking. disabled access
No refreshments on site. Limited toilet facilities (off-grid, recycled rain water) - please use public toilet elsewhere before visit if possible.