Thomas the Tank Engine at the Watercress Line

With many attractions now fully open, it means that there’s a lot more to do and enjoy in Hampshire this upcoming half term holiday.  Below is a list of attractions local to Wallops Wood, and you can find out more about what’s on when clicking through to the relevant website. You will need to book…

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Dark Skies at Wallops Wood

Wallops Wood is located in the heart of the South Downs which is also a designated International Dark Sky Reserve. This means we’re incredibly fortunate to have little light pollution and skies dark enough for some amazing stargazing 🌟 🛸 The South Downs Dark Skies Festival is held annually to celebrate these dark skies, and…

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Pumpkin carving at Wallops Wood

We’re running our children’s pumpkin carving competition for guests staying at Wallops Wood Cottages this week and next week 🎃 🎃 Post photo/s of carved pumpkins onto social media and tag us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #whatsonatwallopswood Place your masterpiece on the steps leading to the meadow and we’ll showcase them…

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Spring is in the air and with it some new events and things to do in the area. Hopefully with some much needed improving weather, we can all spend a bit more time outdoors. Below is a pick of what’s on whether you’re coming for a mid-week break or for a weekend getaway. Flying Scotsman…

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Winter walks

With Christmas and all the busyness that comes with it over, January can be a good month for reflection and some cold crisp outdoor walks, if the weather permits. If not, there’s plenty of indoor events going on around the county. Below is a pick of what’s on around Wallops Wood to tempt you outside away…

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At Wallops Wood we’re into encouraging our guests to take it slow and relax while on holiday. Unwind, forget the everyday and recharge your batteries, that’s what taking a break is all about. We’ve some fantastic facilities on site and many wonderful places to explore around Wallops Wood and further afield while here. Take the…

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Last week we hosted two pop-up events in Silver Birch Cottage – our Summer Feasts were a huge success with everyone who attended. All these photo were taken by Anna Wierzbinska, a fantastic lady with a huge sense of humour and zest for life who talks all things food on her instagram post. We are…

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Moonroast Coffee

In our final blog on local suppliers taking part in our pop-up food event taking place today and tomorrow, we want to introduce you to Moonroast Coffee. Moonroast Coffee is a family business established in 2014 by the Bradshaw family. The Bradshaws have specialised in the coffee and tea trades for four generations and more…

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Summer ceps form New Forest Mushrooms

Another of Hampshire’s amazing local producers who is a key supplier to our pop-up Hampshire summer feast, taking place this week is New Forest Mushrooms. New Forest Mushrooms supply locally foraged and cultivated mushrooms, some of which include the ever popular cepes/porcini, morels, chanterelle/girolle and local truffles. Richard of New Forest Mushrooms, is one of…

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South Downs Water

The South Downs National Park is a beautiful part of southern England covering a 1,627 sq kms area from Hampshire to East Sussex. The Downs are mostly chalk, making it a perfect environment for producing naturally filtered water that is high in calcium and low in sodium. South Downs Water comes from an Artesian Well…

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