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Harehope Quarry is closed to groups

Due to the Covid-19 situation Harehope Quarry is closed to groups until it is appropriate for groups to meet again.  All our bookings have been cancelled or postponed currently up until July. We will use this time to manage the…
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Exciting new opportunities at Harehope Quarry

We have four new and exciting courses on offer to hone your skills and make us all more resilient. ‘The Most Boat’ weekend Saturday 20 July and Sunday 21 July, 10.00am – 4.00pm Make the ‘most boat’ you can from…
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Harehope Quarry events 2019

Following the refurbishment of the classroom at Harehope Quarry last year, we are again running  a full programme of events in 2019. There are a range of courses on offer that may be of interest from gourmet mushroom growing and…
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Wheelie Pumpkins

Apologies, but due to low numbers this event has been cancelled.

Timber frame Self-Build course

We are running our second timber frame self build course this autumn.  This course will provide instruction as part of the building of workshop on site at Harehope Quarry.  Details are below but further information can be provided by the…
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Children’s art and craft session

The details of our children’s art and craft session have changed.  The event will now be as follows: Children’s art and craft session   Wednesday 8 August, 1.30am – 4.00pm Join us for a glass fusing art and craft session…
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Experimental logging!

Following storms over the past few winters there are a lot of fallen trees on the ‘Tip                                      End’ at Harehope Quarry.  The…
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MUD!

This TED talk popped up today and as we’re all interested in alternative construction methods here at Harehope we thought we’d share it with you. Of course, as you’ll see, alternative isn’t that for everyone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7I5BWW-0c8

Stone Age, Bone Age

Wolsingham Primary School visited last week for a ‘Stone Age, Bone Age’ experience!  Rocks and fossil hunting in the morning with a wealth of fossil corals, crinoids and brachiopods found and then living like Stig of the Dump in the…
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