The country park lies three miles south of Loughborough and is a five minute drive from M1 junctions 22 and 23.
From M1 junction 22 follow the A511 towards Coalville. Take the B591 at the roundabout and follow the signs to the Wood Fair.
From M1 junction 23 follow the A512 towards Ashby de la Zouch. Take the left turn onto the B591 and follow the signs to the Wood Fair.
Entrance adjacent to Upper Beacon Car Park
Monday 31 August 2015 Beacon Hill Country Park, Woodhouse Eaves, Leicester shire, LE12 8SP Get directions
Save money and
time getting into
the Wood Fair. Avoid the queue.
Join us at the National Forest Wood Fair, 31 August 2015 from 9am to 5pm.
The Wood Fair is our annual celebration of timber, trees and woodcrafts, an action-packed day with lumberjacks, chainsaw carvers, wood mizers and horseloggers.
You can have a go at eco art, climb into the canopy of an oak tree, hitch a ride on a tree lift and hear stories from the Wild Man of the Woods. There’s loads of fun for the kids!
There is so much to see and do in the area, why not combine your visit to the Wood Fair with a few of our brilliant award-winning local attractions.
Visit our gallery to view pictures of previous National Forest Wood Fairs
Download the 2015 Wood Fair programme with contacts for all exhibitors.
The National Forest is one of England's most ambitious environmental projects. Across parts of Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire, 200 square miles are being transformed, blending ancient woodland with new planting to create a new national Forest.
The National Forest Wood Fair is a not-for-profit event and relies on the help of a team of volunteers. If you would like to join this friendly team and get a free ticket for the event, we would welcome your help. Travelling expenses will be paid. Please contact Country Parks Volunteer & Events Coordinator, Chris Conway, on
0116 305 7937 or email email@example.com
See woodcrafters in action at the National Forest Wood Fair in our video.
19 Aug 2015
Swadlincote man Brian Corten has developed a niche business producing shepherds huts using timber sourced from within The National Forest. Based in The National Forest, he will taking one of his stylish huts to display at the National Forest Wood Fair on August Bank Holiday Monday. Read more...
18 Aug 2015
Edward Argar, Member of Parliament for Charnwood, met with John Everitt, Chief Executive of the National Forest Company, to discuss opportunities and future development of The National Forest as it reaches its quarter century next year. Read more...