Courses and Events

We want your time at Bulworthy Project to be an entertaining & interesting experience.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our catering, using only the best local and foraged food.  Meals are cooked on our own charcoal produced in the woodland where the courses and events are held.

A fascinating experience for you or a unique gift for a friend.

If you are buying a course or experience as a gift take a look at our gift certificate options at www.bulworthyproject.org.uk/gift

Experiences and Events for 2018 include:

June Barbecue Café Evening
Saturday 30th June 6pm-11pm

A great event for all the family. Enjoy great local food and drink in a woodland setting with a campfire and some entertainment.
Admission is free. Just pay for food and drink

Charcoal Making Experience
Saturday 14th – Sunday 15th July

A charcoal making experience with the option to stay overnight and spend an evening by a campfire.
£100-£130

July Barbecue Café Evening
Saturday 28th July 6pm-11pm

A great event for all the family. Enjoy great local food and drink in a woodland setting with a campfire and some entertainment.
Admission is free. Just pay for food and drink

August Barbecue Café Evening
Saturday 25th August 6pm-11pm

A great event for all the family. Enjoy great local food and drink in a woodland setting with a campfire and some entertainment.
Admission is free. Just pay for food and drink

3 Day Bow Making Course
Saturday 15th – Monday 17th September

Spend a few days in the woods making a flatbow from an ash stave. All materials, camping and all food and beverages for the duration of the course included in the price.
£300

Charcoal Making Experience
Saturday 22nd – Sunday 23rd September

A charcoal making experience with the option to stay overnight and spend an evening by a campfire.
£100-£130

Due to ground-nesting birds and other environmental considerations, it is not possible to bring dogs  on any of the courses at Bulworthy Project.

We are situated a couple of minutes drive from the A361 North Devon Link Road near Rackenford not far from the Somerset border.

For directions to Bulworthy Project see: www.bulworthyproject.org.uk/directions.pdf