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11-20 miles from Lincoln, Villages & Countryside
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Hill Holt Wood

A beautiful 34-acre woodland open daily 'til sunset boasting a wide variety of wildlife and abundant wildflowers, with several well-marked walks around the site.

Hill Holt Wood is an Environmental Social Enterprise and registered charity near Norton Disney, south of Lincoln. The wood is open to the public from 8:30am ’til dusk every day of the week. You can visit the wood at any time to explore the woodland and spot the wildlife – and drop into the Hive Café (open on Sundays) for some warming tea and home-cooked food.

It is first and foremost a woodland and approaches the management of this environment in the traditional sense – as a habitat to be managed but also in utilising the natural resource in training, education and a return to purposeful living.

Hill Holt Wood also works with the local community to create a better environment, and reach out to those in need. The business works with local authorities and schools to prepare young people for employment through its education and training programmes as well as running forestry, eco-design and build, hiring of its Wood Hall for weddings and conferences, student visits from primary to university level and Natural Burials.

Additional Information

  • Venue hire
  • Educational visits

Opening Times & Prices

Open daily from 8:30am 'til dusk.

Free to enter.

Also at Hill Holt Wood

11-20 miles from Lincoln, Villages & Countryside

The Hive Cafe

The Hive Cafe

Café in the middle of the beautiful ancient woodland of Hill Holt Wood near Norton Disney, south of Lincoln (open Sundays only).

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