Discover Gorham & Admirals woods What’s so important about ancient woodlands? How much of the UK is covered in ancient woodland? Why is deadwood so precious? Are all soils the… Continue Reading Amazing Ancients
Do you want something different this year for your child’s birthday party? Did you know that Out to the Woods offer bushcraft and woodland forest birthday parties for children Why… Continue Reading Woodland/Bushcraft forest birthday party
Why does a forest school have Evergreen Elders? The inspiration for Evergreen Elders is my mum: she is amazing, positive and inspirational; she’s always been there for me and always… Continue Reading Evergreen Elders
On Sunday 5th March, we spent a fantastic day at Gorham and Admiral Woods with Mike Phillips of Whitehorse Ecology. Mike led an enjoyable and informative woodland management course at… Continue Reading Woodland Management
It is thought that wreaths originated in ancient Greece and Rome, where members of the Greco-Roman society would hand-craft ring-shaped decorations called “coronas” from fresh leaves, branches, twigs, fruits and flowers,… Continue Reading How to create a wreath to help feed the birds
As a community forest school, we will be running a number of fully funded sessions to help people to connect with nature activities include : Cooking in the Woods program,… Continue Reading What’s on this year at Out To The Woods CIC?