Reading stories outside

We help communities become better connected with nature and learn about local and global issues through action on litter, waste, pollution, food and green spaces.

We work with all ages and backgrounds, from outdoor activities with young children to helping asylum seekers develop social networks.

Nature based activity is proven to benefit child development and help manage and improve health conditions and wellbeing. Working with people on local environmental projects encourages awareness of the need to tackle global challenges.

  • Outdoor play: promoting natural play and family activities in parks and green spaces can help increase the confidence of parents to explore the countryside on their doorstep
  • Family learning: activities such as crafts and food growing bring families together to learn more about nature and the environment
  • Holiday help: we offer environmental programmes as a way of supporting parents through the school holidays and keeping young people focused on positive activities in their community

Through our projects below, our services include:

  • Community Engagement
  • Reconnecting with nature
  • Supporting good mental health
  • Environmental Education

Get Outdoors, Get Active

People gardening together

Horticultural therapy programmes for adults to learn and enjoy gardening to improve their physical & mental health

Homegrown

Child smiling and planting seeds outdoors

Working with families with young children and showing them how to grow their own fruits and vegetables at home

Wellies in the Woods

Children learning and playing in the woods

LOTS of resources introducing families to the outdoors as a learning environment, and as a place to improve health and well-being

Wild Play

crafts made with nature

Focusing on the benefits of improving literacy by taking learning outdoors, also increasing physical and mental wellbeing