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Nature Club – 2016 highlights November 23, 2016 - It’s been a fantastic pond dipping, willow weaving, mud hedgehog making, footprint trapping, charm foraging, potion sniffing and nature connecting 2016.   Nature Clubs restart in the spring!                        
Woodland Centre Summer Activities – highlights July 29, 2016 - Wild Heritage has teamed up with The Woodland Centre at Hoburne Bashley to deliver an exciting summer activity programme for families in their wonderful woodland setting. Here are some highlights to date: Patterns in Nature Mini Raft Making Join us for more activities in August.
Go wild at our Summer events at Hoburne Bashley July 16, 2016 - Wild summer activities at Hoburne Bashley All activities are 10am-12noon and are only £5 per child per session. Suitable for age 5+. Friday 19th August- Spider spying Discover the fascinating life of spiders along with other woodland insects on a bug safari. Make a clay insect and learn how to weave your own spider web. […]
Nature Tots are go! November 1, 2015 - Our new outdoor programme ‘Nature Tots’ was welcomed with lots of interest and we were delighted to run the course at two very different locations: Wilverley Inclosure in the New Forest using both the Open Forest and woodland, and Priestlands School using their walled garden area, a wonderful learning area with chickens, pygmy goats and […]
New Forest Walking Festival – Family autumn strolls July 29, 2015 - We are running four walks as part of the New Forest National Park Walking Festival.  They are all in the ‘family adventures’ category and include lots of hands-on activities. Check them our on the National Park website by following the links below! Wild Foods of the Forest Saturday 17 October  Elf Cups and Fairy Rings […]
Habitat mappers May 22, 2015 - Following on with my involvement to help develop the grounds of a Primary school, I was delighted to be asked to deliver a programme of outdoor learning sessions during the summer term. The schools vision was to involve groups of KS2 pupils to work collaboratively to develop their understanding and enjoyment of the schools grounds. […]
Your space, your vision January 28, 2015 - As a parent and an educationalist inspired to help schools realise the value and potential of their outdoor spaces for nature based learning and play, it was great to be invited to a workshop led by Hampshire County Council’s Landscape Strategy Team. The workshop was the first of two meetings in supporting a Primary school […]
The Magic Of Christmas November 25, 2014 - A family walk to discover our Christmas customs This event has now passed Saturday 20th December, 10.30am to 12 midday. Meet at Bolderwood car park, Grid Reference: SU242086 Why do we decorate our homes with holly and ivy, and what is a ‘Yule log’? Discover our ancient Christmas customs and traditions on a guided experience in the […]
Frog on Russula Family Fungi Walks November 16, 2014 - We recently led a series of family fungi walks as part of the National Parks ‘Autumn Walking Festival’.  These proved very popular and great fun! The rain stopped, the sun came out and we were delighted to find a wonderful variety of fungi treasures hidden amongst the fallen leaves. Children are perfect fungi foragers – […]