Biweekly groups for under 5’s & parents
10 – 11.45am Wednesday and Fridays (B&NES term time)
Families and Children were at the heart from the beginning of EcoWild, and this is our longest running group. A biweekly, bookable session for under 5 year olds and their parents/ carers run by experienced and passionate leaders.
A toddler-paced fun adventure of the elements and senses! Fires, dens, games, songs, crafts and snacks. Spot deer tracks or badger fur, make something beautiful, follow the seasons, climb, balance and splash!
Meet at the main entrance to Greyfield Woods in High Littleton (at the fork in the road by the big oak tree).
£8 for an adult and child.
Magical memories for children. Explore, learn about wildlife and get inspired by the natural world.
Fire cooking, dens, environmental art, animal tracking, shelter building, tool and craft work, stream games, camouflage challenges, storytelling and more…
A day or just a few hours spent on an EcoWild adventure will let your child set their soul free in the woods. Usually taking place in Greyfield Woods, a Woodland Trust property.
EcoWild offers Woodland Wildlife Adventure parties for children to experience the fun and wildness of the outdoors with their friends for their special day.
Our parties are tailored to the request and interest of the birthday boy/girl. We usually provide marshmallows toasted over the fire, biscuits and hot chocolate for all the children. We also make a woodland crown for the birthday boy/girl and offer a craft activity for the children to make their craft and take it home.
We charge £10 per child for a minimum of 12 children.
Technical Tree Climbing
Learn the Tree Climbing techniques used by our specialist team of tree surgeons (click here for their website). Develop skills to move with ease through the heights of an ancient hornbeam or oak. Sessions also include fire skills / tools / craft / woodland exploration, Cooked lunch, hot chocolate & marshmallows.
EcoWild offers respite days for groups which may include cooking lunch together on a fire, a range of natural art and crafts, the use of hand tools, wildlife identification and tracking, shelter building, foraging and of course boiling the kelly kettle for a fresh air cuppa or two.