Contact Us

Address:
Harehope Quarry Project Ltd
Frosterley
Bishop Auckland
Co. Durham
DL13 2SG
Telephone:
01388 528633 or 01388 528599
Email:
info@harehopequarry.org.uk
Website:
www.harehopequarry.org.uk

How to Find Us

You can find us by turning off the A689 as you enter/exit the east end of Frosterley (the end nearest Wolsingham). Look out for the signport, take the turning over the river and railway, bear left and follow the lane up to the quarry.

Latest News

Inspiration for the Outdoor Classroom
30th Jan 2013
Throughout Spring and Summer 2013, outdoor education providers in Weardale (Co. Durham) are delivering a range of 8 half day workshops, hosted by the Harehope Quarry Project, specifically tailored towards teachers wanting to extend their use of the outdoor classroom.
Harehope Quarry branches out!
30th Jan 2013
Harehope Quarry has branched out with two new teaching and learning sites. These sites will be used for bushcraft, green woodworking, wild food and environmental art events as well as providing a Forest School location in Weardale.
Filming at Harehope Quarry
16th Apr 2012
Filming took place at Harehope Quarry last September for the ITV drama series 'Vera'. This new series will air on ITV 1 on Sunday 22 April at 8.30pm. Harehope Quarry will feature in the second episode on 29 April.

Next Events

Wild in the Woods
17th May 2014
10.00am 12.30pm. Come and enjoy our woodland classroom and spend the morning discovering, playing, creating, and celebrating around a fire. Families 10.00
Children's Art Day
05th Jul 2014
10.30am 2.30pm. Come and celebrate this national day at Harehope Quarry. Children can try out a range of visual arts and take their creations home. Under 8s must be accompanied by an adult. Children 5, families 10
Bushcraft Camp Sleepover
12th Jul 2014
Saturday 1.00pm - Sunday 10.00am, 12/13 July. Learn how to survive in the outdoors. Make a tarp shelter to sleep in, light a fire, collect wild food, cook supper and make woodland crafts. Cost includes ingredients for evening meal. Adults 25, children 15, families 60