- What: A celebration of woodland crafts, traditions and folklore
- When: Early May Bank Holiday weekend
- Where: The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew
- Admission: Normal Kew ticket - Adults £12.95, children under 17 are free
All kinds of traditional woodland skills are demonstrated, from bee-keeping and woodland survival techniques to archery with longbows. There's something happening all weekend long - birds of prey demonstrations, Morris dancing, working horses. For kids, there's a 70-metre zip wire to try, puppet shows in a traditional wooden round house and the Grand Travelling Insect Circus Museum.
There is also a rare public opening of Queen Charlotte's Cottage, an 18th century rustic royal folly, with costumed guides on hand to add to the atmosphere.