Partner with The Woodland Trust, the largest conservation charity in the UK for a fundraising dinner to raise funds for four World War I centenary woods.

Create an extraordinary outdoor dining experience for 30 invited guests in a farm woodland & former WWI training ground in Surrey.

Celebrate & pay homage to WWI in the event & menu design. Highlight how the woods & trees play an integral role in all aspects of our lives.


We researched all the local native trees & natural materials to inspire our menu design; as well as the 1920s & WWI to incorporate elements of the era into our event design.

Think tree bark smokery; rowan berries; galvanised buckets, sustainable log dining plates, eclectic vintage china, ration tins, mini milk bottles, ’street party’ sharing starter & vintage homemade snacks around the campfire.

We created a quintessentially ‘British favourites’ menu with a modern & ethical twist that celebrated local, seasonal, home-grown produce & the woodland surroundings.


“I know I said it on the night, but I cannot say it enough – just WOW!! What you & your team delivered for us was beyond spectacular, it was everything we had in our dreams for the evening, with an additional 50% magic sprinkled on top. You thought of everything, the attention to detail was superb, & the service & support were fantastic. I cannot thank you enough for making it so special.”

Charlotte Johnson
Major Gifts Programme & Events Manager, The Woodland Trust