Wild Weekends

In partnership with Into the Wild
The UK's number one nature and well being festival
In 2021 we will be hosting a whole summer of small wild weekends, creating a wild campsite with the opportunity of learning skills such as rewilding, fire making, den building, tracking, bird, tree, plant identification, bird language, , archery, wood carving, Yoga, relaxation and meditation, creative writing, wild arts, foraging, wild cooking with campfire music, myth making and storytelling with the option of a wild spa, camping, glamping and delicious organic food plus much more.
 
We will invite the very best teachers, leaders, speakers and acoustic musicians
to create truly magical weekends.  These weekends are a chance to enjoy the beauty of nature,  to let go of the constant pressures of daily life and relax, for health and well being with some great activities for all the family.
 
 Places will be limited and we will be adhering to all the recommendations to make our events as safe, healthy and enjoyable as possible. We hope that by spending time in nature, amongst fresh air, eating healthy food, learning new skills, we can create wild weekends that inspire well being and happiness.
 
The weekends take place just 30 miles from London in the beautiful Chiddinglye estate in the stunning  Sussex countryside,  surrounded by ancient forests, summer meadows, wildlife and starry skies. The weekends include all activities, camping (bring your own tent) or you can hire one (see below), showers, parking and campfire music.
You can buy delicious food on site and bring your own, plus there is a craft  brewery on site and a woodland spa.
You can buy tickets from this link:
https://events.liveit.io/into-the-wild-events/
 
We are now as we planning  each unique magical weekend and will update the programme as it evolves, you can then decide which weekend you wish to come too. Each weekend will  have different content, the wild weekends (see programme) will have a mix of Yoga, Bushcrafts, Chi Gung, Foraging, Woodworking skills, Archery, Fencing, Ancient fire making, Wild choirs, Wild arts & Crafts, Dance, nature skills and more.

With Alan Watson Featherstone (founder of Trees for life)

Peter Owen Jones (TV presenter and Vicar at Firle)

Derek Gow (Rewilder, farmer, author and Beaver Expert)

Jay Griffiths (award winning author of Wild and More)

Gail Bradbrook (co- founder of XR)

Neil Ansell (Authopr of the last Wilderness and more)

Sam Lee (Mercury Prize nominated folk singer, conservationist,  broadcaster and activist

and more TBC!

Amazing Music and  lots more

We  want to be as inclusive as possible and make sure anyone can attend no matter their financial position.
 
Wildness and nature should be accessible to all.
You can send us an email to enquire about volunteering or concessions on; wild@wilderlands.co.uk
 
We will have  a wild weekend every weekend from May until September.  
 
If you can't make a weekend then you can change to another.
If you are have to cancel that is fine.
Once we are full then there will be a waiting list. 
If you just want more info have a look at FAQ's here or you can contact us here
 
Most weekends are family friendly, plus there will be some without kids for those that want break, a retreat and some chilled time.  Our weekends are open to people from every age and every part of society, we encourage diversity , inclusivity and connection. 
You can bring your own tent or you can hire a luxury bell tent from Brighton Bell Tents.