Wild Heritage offers exciting learning and discovery experiences to schools, colleges, groups, families and visitors to the New Forest.
Family Summer holiday events at Bashley Woods – Hoburne Bashley, Sway Road near New Milton (BH25 5QR)
10am-12 noon, £5 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Thursday 30th August: Marvellous Minibeasts. Discover fascinating creepy crawlies as we explore the woodland using different bug catching techniques and make a model of your favourite beastie in clay.
For more information and to book your place call 01425 612340 (Hoburne Bashley reception)
Our Forest School Autumn Programme for Home Education families will restart:
When: Every Thursday 10am – 12 noon, from 13th, 20th and 27th September 4th, 11th and 18th October 2018 (6-week programme)
Where: Bashley Woods, Hoburne Bashley, Sway Road near New Milton (BH25 5QR).
Cost: £10 per child per session, paid at start of programme. Siblings £8 per session.
Age and abilities: All are welcome. Activities are focused on the 7 -11 age range. We require a parent or carer to be present to support and share in their child’s learning.
To secure your place please book by 30th August. For more information click here
With our learn programme we can help you with educational visits to the beautiful New Forest, deliver cross-curricular outdoor learning sessions in your school grounds and support and train staff to enable continued outdoor learning.
Our discover programme is all about helping you explore the New Forest and its unique wildlife and heritage. We lead guided walks, events and themed activities. We have the local knowledge and background to really make your visit special – whether it’s by taking you to places off the beaten track or helping you discover some of the Forest’s best kept secrets.
We also offer consultancy in site management, recreation, visitor experience and interpretation. Our portfolio includes planning self-led trails, developing family activities, delivering events and workshops, running after school nature clubs and much more.
Follow our regular learning posts for fun ideas and investigations which are designed to help you explore school grounds and wild places.