Langley Vale Wood Summer Event
Join us for a very special family event to celebrate the end of the First World War at Langley Vale Wood, the Woodland Trust's First World War Centenary Wood.
Explore our field hospital, find out what troops were fed on the front line and have a go at infantry training. Learn camouflage and survival skills and try your luck at wartime funfair games. Much more including crafts, apple press, family games, food stalls and a picnic area. Due to the current heat wave and resulting dry ground and vegetation we now won't be offering fire lighting activities at the event.
The event opens at 11 and closes at 4pm. Entrance and temporary parking on Hurst Road (nearest postcode is KT18 6DT). Please note there's no access through the farmyard on Langley Vale Road.
Tickets in advance:
Individual tickets: Adults £10; Children £5 (free for under 2s); Concessions £5 (over 65 and students).
Family ticket: £25 (2 adults, 2 children).
Tickets on the day:
Individual tickets: Adults £13, Children £7 (free for under 2s); Concessions £7 (over 65 and students)
Family ticket: £33 (2 adults, 2 children)
Parking is available.
Refreshments available to purchase but picnics are welcome.
Dogs on leads allowed.
Temporary toilets will be provided on site.
Did you know that Langley Vale Wood and surrounding Tadworth was home to troops during training, before being deployed to the front line? Our living historians will bring stories from troops to life during the event.