We try, wherever possible, to ensure that all activities take place in the great outdoors, so it’s important that anyone visiting our site dress appropriately and importantly, be prepared for all weathers! Our rural site is not flat terrain and as such, many of the pathways are woodland tracks, we’d recommend that comfortable flat boots/shoes are worn on site for safety.

Please note that for those with limited mobility, we are pleased to be able to provide the use of a state of the art, off-road wheelchair. Should you require use of this, please advise us ahead of your visit so we can ensure that it is available.

If your child is attending our Forest School you will require quite specific clothing & footwear, please see our list here:


Unfortunately, there is no mobile phone signal on site. Whilst this is a brilliant way of switching off and getting away from it all, it does also mean that you won’t be contactable whilst you are here, which we understand can cause issues for some.

Before you visit us, please remember to tell people where you are going and how long you will be. Should you need to be contacted in an emergency, you can pass on our landline phone number which is 01352 810570 or our email which is

Please remember to let the team know if you are expecting an important call whilst you are here and we will provide you with a walkie talkie to notify you when we receive a call for you.


Currently, there is nowhere on site to purchase food and drink, we can however provide provide hot drinks and water, so it’s always a good idea to being a refillable water bottle with you when you visit… and some lunch/snacks if you are going to be on site for an extended period.

Please remember that we are a 100% vegetarian venue that also encourages a plant-based diet. It would be appreciated if (wherever possible), no meat produce is brought to our site.


We want to limit the amount of plastic packaging and waste on site, so wherever possible, please try and bring reusable food containers / drinks bottles with you that can be used again. Organic food scraps can be placed in our wormery, but please take home any other rubbish where possible and recycle these where you can.


There are limited car parking facilities on site. Where possible it would be preferable to arrange a car share or to use public transport rather than travel by car. You can also travel by bus from Mold Town Centre via the 6 or 6A, you can find bus times here.


Our address is Aberduna Hall, Maeshafn Road, Gwernymynydd, Mold CH7 5LE. You can use Google Maps to generate your route by car.


This is a great app to download in case of an emergency. Whist we hope that you will never need this, it’s a useful tool to know. 

With the what3words app, it’s easy to find, share and save precise locations using a unique ‘what3words’ address for any 3m square – anywhere in the world. The app also allows users to share location images and store key addresses in their ‘lists’ function – for frequently visited places.


It is always advisable to carry a few important essentials with you when you visit

  • Any medications you need to take or have access to (i.e. EpiPen etc)
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent

Did you know that you can make your own natural insect repellent! You can find out how here.


You can find details of our Covid-19 guidance here