Family Wild Club
Family Wild Club was developed and delivered for the first time in 2014.
Goal is integration into mainstream children’s services.

Further programs are being delivered with schools in 2016. Contact us for more information.

1. Objectives 
2. How 
Activities available include – green woodworking and den making – making activities using natural materials – fire building, lighting and basic cooking (popcorn, marshmallows, flatbread); sitting or walking in nature alone or together - wildlife spotting and tracking.

2. Theoretical Base

The positive impact of “nature connection” on child wellbeing is increasingly accepted (Dillon 2010); and there is growing evidence of its particular benefit for disadvantaged children (Bird 2007) The therapeutic benefits of contact with nature for adults, particularly those with mental and emotional distress is also well established. Research is increasingly influencing public health commissioning strategies (MIND 2014)