Holton Lee Summer Fair 16th June

OUR NEXT STALL will be at the Summer Fair at Holton Lee, Sandford on 16th June.

See http://www.holtonlee.co.uk/calender_of_events if you’re interested.


Colour Photograph of Trees on the Heathland

Holton Lee covers an area of 350 acres and contains habitats which include heathland, saltmarsh, reedbed and woodland. The majority of the site is recognised and protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

Holton Lee strives to provide access for all to the environment with accessible pathways that interconnect the varying habitats, interpretation panels, resting places and waymarkers, as well as maintaining and conserving the natural interest of the SSSI.

Mother and baby Sika Deer in field. The mother deer is stood still looking towards the camera, and the baby deer is on its hind legs, moving away.

They aim to be as sustainable as possible and therefore utilise the products obtained from woodland management to make charcoal, provide food to their respite care centre The Barn, from  Ashtree Cottage Garden as well as sell their own honey and venison sausages.

Holton Lee is a unique, secluded part of Dorset where visitors can get away from the stresses of life and find time and space for personal growth through access to the arts and the natural environment. All the facilities at Holton Lee have been designed and built to ensure that they are accessible to everyone. Whether you are interested in holiday accommodation, a wedding venue, artists’ studios, exhibition space, conference rooms or just a walk in the beautiful surroundings, Holton Lee has it all!

Come and enjoy a visit to the summer fair (buy some plants,we’ll keep them for you till the end of the day), have lunch and a nice stroll around the site! The weather forecast is improving!  🙂


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