Handmade Deerskin Drums and Rattles Shamanic tools and services.
BERYLS REAL HONEY APIARIES specialising in the production of the finest Honey. We have apiaries sited in Nottinghamshire, the Derbyshire Peak District and on the Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire border
A MODERN HERBAL Mrs Greves on line . My favourate Herbal ever including descriptions of herbs, Medical uses and recipies
THE NATIONAL HERB CEhe national herb centre plant collection and nursery, amongst the best herb nurseries
ROYAL HORTICULTRAL SOCIETY Excellent for finding those more unusual plants and a list of nurseries and stockists.
Ancient Tree Forum Conservation of the UK's Ancient trees
Ancient Tree Hunt. Get involved and hunt for ancient trees
The Spirit of Trees. Fred Hageneder's fascinating and informative site about Trees.
The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading woodland conservation charity
Del and I love nothing more than Walking, especially in Woods. Trees hold a special attraction for both of us. There’s a special energy you feel on entering a wood .Each Wood has its own and all feel very different. Hopefully that is why you will find some information about Trees on this site and little bits of information on the woods we use to create the Drums, Beaters and more importantly the wands.
If you’d like to experience the same, find a wood near you and take some time to relax there. Sit and feel the Energy, see how the wood feels. What Trees draw you to them?
Her are some of our favourite woods we have visited. If you have any wood or Places you love we'd like to here from you.
Bens or Boo's Wood Holbrook Nr Belper Derbyshire.
Shining Cliff woods Ambergate Derbyshire.a mixed woodland on an ancient woodland site .
Gradbach wood , Danes valley including Ludds Church. Or from the Roaches and Hen Clough.
The Goyt Valley and Goyt woodlands. Large larches Scottish looking pines and Big Beaches mingle with the Native Oaks , Rowans and Birches.
Nine Ladys at Stanton moor Beautiful Birchwood; Take a detour to Dolls Torr well worth it.
Padley Gorge, sessile oak and birch woodland with alder along the stream side and holly and rowan scattered throughout the remainder of the wood.
Ty Canol wood in Pembrook Wales. With trees over 800 years old, Ty Canol is one of the few remaining ancient woodlands in Wales. The site is important not only for its ancient oak, but also for the rocky outcrops.
Newbrough forest Anglesey beautiful walk between the forest and the sand dunes lading out to Llanddwyn bay. Excellent for a day out on the beach . Or go and look at the Afon Cefni at Maltreeth sands on the other side of the wood
Whistmans wood Dartmoor. Moss hung pedunculate oaks where Sessile Oaks would be expected But very magical
The Wood around St Nectans Glen Cornwall. The Trevillet River takes you along the ancient woodland path that has been use for at least 1,500 years.
l Doll Tor Shining Cliff woods Ty Canol Bens Wood