Nature Crafting

Providing nature crafting activities and positive outdoor experiences for children.

All sessions will include a lit fire and marshmallow toasting opportunity. Squash and water available.

Next Dates: 21st and 28th May 2022, June 2nd and the 4th.

Please head to reception and talk to a member of our team to book.

 Elder Wood Bubble Wands, Bracelets and Elder People

Elder Wood Bubble Wands, Bracelets and Elder People

10.30am – 11.15am

Age 3 + Parent assisted. MAX 8 Participants. £10.

Craft some fun items out of elder wood and make a bubblewand, bracelet and little character to take home.

Tin Can Herb Planters And Wildflower Seed Bombs

11.45am – 12.30pm

Parents must supervise children under the age of 6. Children aged 6+ can be dropped off. MAX 8 Participants. £10.

Create a unique herb planter from recycled tins and magazines (spearmint plant included). Have fun getting your hands dirty and support the bees and butterflies by creating some wildflower seed bombs to take home.

Tin Can Herb Planters And Wildflower Seed Bombs
Fire Lighting And Campfire Cooking

Fire Lighting And Campfire Cooking

13.00pm – 14.00pm

Drop off children aged 7+. MAX 8 Participants. £10.

Prepare and make your own pizza pocket to cook on the fire pit. Practice your fire lighting skills with a fire steel and striker.

Willow Dreamcatchers

14.30pm – 15.30pm

Drop off children aged 10+. MAX 8 Participants. £15.

Using willow wood, wool, elder wood beads and feathers spend a relaxing hour creating a beautiful dreamcatcher.

Willow Dreamcatchers

Meet Your Nature Crafting Instructor Laura

Laura is a Level 3 practitioner who qualified through Archimedes. She has been working within Forest Schools for several years in a variety of outdoor settings. With experience gained as a youth leader for the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme she has many years of experience working with children.

Having always been fascinated by the natural systems and cycles of the environment she studied Environmental Science at Uni. She's excited to get the opportunity to try to spark the same curiosity, delight, and respect that she has for nature in the children and adults attending our sessions. She finds her work very rewarding and even when she's not officially working having three school aged children of her own, she still finds plenty of excuses to go and play out in the woods!

To book a nature crafting activity please head to reception and speak to a member of our team.


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