Wild Heritage offers exciting learning and discovery experiences to schools, colleges, groups, families and visitors to the New Forest.
Events coming up:
Family Forest School at Bashley Woods, Hoburne Bashley. Sway Road near New Milton (BH25 5QR).
When: Every Thursday 5th, 12th and 19th October and 2nd, 9th and 16th November
Time: 10am – 12 noon
Cost: £10 per child per session or £50 when booking for 6 weeks. Siblings £8 per session.
Age and abilities: All are welcome. Activities are focused on the 6 -11 age range. We require a parent or carer to be present to help and share in the child’s learning.
To register your interest and receive further programme details please contact Sally at email@example.com.
Spider spying – Half term family event at Hoburne Bashley, Wednesday 25th October, 10am-12 noon. Cost: £5 per child. Call 01425 612340 to book your place.
Discover the fascinating life of spiders and other woodland creepy crawlies on a bug hunt. Make your own clay creature and learn how to weave your own spooky spider web!
Wild Foods of the Forest – Sunday 29th October. Click here for details Places still left, book via Eventbrite at New Forest National Park Walking Festival 2017
With our learn programme we can help you with educational visits to the beautiful New Forest, specialist sessions tailored to get the most from schools grounds and advice in improving and using outdoor areas for wildlife studies.
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.