Welcome to Wild Heritage

Wild Heritage offers exciting learning and discovery experiences to schools, colleges, groups, families and visitors to the New Forest.

Upcoming events:

Family Autumn half term 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.

Wednesday 24th October: Wild foods. Learn how to forage for a woodland feast. Make a foragers charm and enjoy a hot drink around the campfire. Opportunities to taste wild food jams and syrups.

Friday 26th October: Autumn animals. Learn how to watch birds and other animals without disturbing them. Help birds prepare for the winter by making your own bird feeder and suet balls to put in it.

For more information and to book your place call 01425 612340 (Hoburne Bashley reception)

Family Wild Foods of the Forest. Join us on a walk to find out how to forage a feast from the Forest. These walks are part of the New Forest Walking Festival 2018.

Update 17/9/18- These Family Wild Food events are now sold out! Check back soon or follow us on Facebook to hear about future events.

Location: Beachern Wood car park, Rhinefield Road, Brockenhurst.

Dates: Sunday 14th October and Sunday 21st October  

Why Wild Heritage?

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.

Wild Heritage is supported by the New Forest National Park Authority

Wild Heritage works in partnership with the Forestry Commisson

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