Stuart Rose conducts organised visits in and around the village of Laxton. Visits can be arranged for groups from schools and colleges, for members of clubs and societies with a wide range of interests and for private parties.
Visitors may want learn about the heritage of Laxton and how it affects life in the village today. Alternatively they may be looking for a good walk with an interesting commentary on the history and heritage of the farming system and the village which supports it.
Each private party will discuss with Stuart beforehand exactly what they hope to achieve from their visit to ensure that they gain maximum benefit.
The duration of the visit can vary between 2 hours and a full day. Refreshments can be provided by prior arrangement.
Stuart also leads a series of public guided walks during the year. Each walk features a particular aspect of the village, including the May Day celebrations and dawn chorus, the architecture and the village after harvest.