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Park Farm Woodlands

Park Farm Countryside and Wildlife Rangers Course came to Cosmic needing a website for their Duke of Edinburgh Countryside and Wildlife Rangers Course.

Cosmic developed a WordPress website for the Park Farm team, drawing importance to the DofE course they have. The pages show all of the information you would need to know about their courses, information on how to book, photo galleries and frequently asked questions, as well as being responsive to mobile phones and tablets.

Who are Park Farm?

Park Farm is a former medieval deer park, and is listed in the Doomsday book, and once owned by the Bishops of Bath and Wells, the estate was given by the then Government to the Duke Of Wellington in 1817 for his services in defeating Napoleon at Waterloo.

The Farm is directly under the Monument erected to the Duke, and is in an area of outstanding beauty (AONB). Wood from its own extensive woodland fuels the Farm house and converted Barns central heating, with electricity coming from a wind turbine.

Park Farm Woodland Study centre was set up by the present owners some 20 years ago and offers a wide range of Countryside Courses, including, five day Countryside Ranger courses, one or two day woodland management courses,

Chainsaw course, horselogging, tree and timber grading, clay shooting tuition, fly fishing tuition, ecological survey courses and many more. Courses can be tailored to special needs, with a large number of specialised tutors on hand to give expert tuition, with accommodation if needed.