Queech Woodland

Featured Sessions

Here at Queech Woodland activities we are all about having fun, come join us.

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If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a real good time. So explore our sessions and join us for an activity in this beautiful 5 acre ancient woodland.

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Little Saplings

Book a session today and watch your little sapling grow.

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Woodland Crafts

From reindeers to bird boxes, spoons to rustic stools there’s something for everyone to do.

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Birthday Parties

Contact us today to discuss and book your party.

Archery & Air rifle

Test your skills with a bow or Air rifle on our try out woodland range.

Activities Unlimited Day 8 Jun 1000 – 1430

An action packed day in the woods for SEND children and families of all ages part funded by Suffolk county council. We will start with spending a morning on the range learning how to shoot with a bows, catapults and air rifles before having a camp fire lunch of bread twists, hotdogs and smores. We will then spend the afternoon learning bushcraft skills like fire lighting and shelter building. Please bring drinks for the day, wear closed toed shoes and come dressed for a day in the woods. If you have any special dietary requirements please let us know when booking. Price is for 1 adult and child.


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Woodland Activity Day 12 Apr 1000 – 1430

A trip to the woods designed for adults and children to enjoy together. A morning of archery, air rifles and catapults awaits you followed by a camp fire lunch of bread twists, hot dogs and smores with an afternoon of fires making and other bush craft skills. Children must be accompanied by an adult but groups of friends only require 1 adult. Price is per participating person, spectating is free. The day includes all equipment and food but please bring enough drinks for the day, wear closed toed shoes and suitable clothing to be out in the woods.


Price is per participating person spectating is free


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Home education shelter building Thu 17 Mar 1000 – 1330

During this session your child will learn the different types of shelters that can be built from from natural materials and what there different uses are before we have a go at these on a  small scale model. Then we will move onto how to set up an individual and group tarpaulin shelter, learning about what to consider in the location, how best to use the natural environment and the knots used to make it a functional shelter. As part of the shelter we will require pegs so your child will be shown how to safely use a froe, axe and knife to make themselves a peg to put the finishing touches on their new found shelter building skills. We will finish the session with a small fire for marshmallows and a hot chocolate under a shelter made by the kids. Please feel free to stay with your child if you wish and make sure you are appropriately dressed for the weather and your child has a drink with them. Also if you would like to send snacks or a packed lunch there will be opportunity for them to eat.


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Woodland Crafts for family and kids

Do you want to come and enjoy this magical woodland as a family? Help the kids make an owl a stickman or a bird box. We supply all the tools and materials you will need and will guide you along the process. If you are more ambitious and have a little more time how about building a rustic mud kitchen to take home.

Woodland Crafts for big kids

Ever wanted to carve a spoon or make a rustic stool here at Queech Woodland activities you can experience the skills required to turn that freshly cut log into your next masterpiece. With not a power tool in sight this will be a slow and peaceful affair as you use hand tools and traditional methods to bring your design to life.

Keep an eye out in the shop for our craft courses and experiences. If you are a family and want to book a craft experience then please contact us to discuss your plans.

Seasonal Woodcraft Experiences

At certain times of the year, we will host special craft experiences, Snowmen and Reindeers for the kids at Christmas and make your own holly wreath for the grownups and Easter bunnies with an egg hunt in the spring.  So, keep an eye out for what’s coming up soon.


The Japanese have a term they use Shinrin-yoku. Simply put this mean forest bathing or taking in the atmosphere. It is proven to relieve stress and improve mental health along side a whole list of other positive benefits:

Exposure to forests and trees:

  • Boosts the immune system, lowers blood pressure, reduces stress
  • Improves mood, increases ability to focus, even in children with ADHD
  • Accelerates recovery from surgery or illness,
  • Increases energy levels
  • Improves sleep
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Registered company address:
Queech Wood Limited
 Defoe Road, Ipswich, Suffolk,  IP1 6RP
Contact Number: 07941009256