Wild Things Woodland Days
A Day in the Life of a Wild Thing…
“We meet at the car park, with our packed lunches and everyone is excited and maybe a bit nervous? I wonder what we will be doing today?”
Read more to find out what happens at our Wild Things woodland days.
Wild Things are fun-filled, nature days for 7 – 11 year olds to build, climb, explore, have new adventures, get muddy, make things, use tools, meet new friends, learn about nature, have fun in the woods and be WILD! Come and join us at our beautiful woodland site near Laughton, East Sussex.
October Half Term:
23rd & 24th October – FULL! Activities include:
- Toffee apples, roasted chestnuts or popcorn on the fire.
- Conker games and crafts (spiders and webs / lanterns).
- Making charcoal and pencils.
- Shelters, dens and exploring habitats.
- Nature based games.
Time: 10am - 3pm.
Cost: £30 per child per day. Sibling discount £25.
26th, 27th, 28th July.
Wednesday 30th August.
Fires, blackberry pancakes, low ropes adventure course, learn to use a saw and make your own wooden animals!
Thursday 31st August.
Den building challenge, stalking and tracking games, pizza on the fire and make rope (or bracelets) from natural materials.
Friday 1st September.
Hot chocolate and campfire doughnuts, ropes and swings, make your own picture frames.
We also run family days suitable for families of any age! Join us for our Wild Day Out on 26th October.
"My daughter was quite timid at the beginning of the day but she came home absolutely buzzing and full of life. I can see the Woodland Days she attended at May Half Term was a real confidence boost, she learnt new skills and really enjoyed the day, thank you!"
"I loved making chocolate cake in oranges over the fire! It was great to make my own fire and learn new skills that I never thought I could do! Shelter building was fun too and I loved all the games."
Ollie Smith aged 8, 2017.
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