Rewilding children, families & communities
End of term woodland camp for Free to Learn Participants: A night under the stars in our magnificent ancient woodland site Drop off - 2pm Sunday 18th July Parents site visit 2pm 19th July - End 3.30ish . Parents are welcome to come down to the woods for the final part of the day if you would like to. Food: We will supply Dinner and snacks on Sunday evening and breakfast and lunch on Monday. Children are welcome to bring extra snacks and drinks if they would like to. All food will be suitable for vegetarians / vegans. Please let us know about any other dietary needs. Sleeping: The children will have the option to sleep in a natural shelter they have constructed, a tarp, a hammock (or both). We will also be putting up large shelters big enough for everyone if they are needed. They can also sleep in a tent if they prefer. If you have a small tent they can bring that is helpful, we do have a couple of spares if needed. We are currently working with the group to think about how they...
About your Mentor
About your Mentor
The Project Rewild staff who work regularly with the children will be present for the camp. This incudes Luke, Polly, Mark and Leon Project Rewild is a non profit Community Interest Company (CIC) which aims to re connect and rewild children, families, adults and communities. The project is made up of a range of passionate and skilled staff and volunteers who are committed to the aims and objectives of Project Rewild.
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• If the weather is not suitable we will try our best to postpone, or give a full refund