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    Nature Detectives at Chatham Green

    Our ‘Nature Detectives’ had a wonderful time exploring the farm this morning and discovering the wildlife that inhabits it. We followed nature’s clues and found a whole host of creepy crawlies to identify!

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    Wilderness Foundation awarded LotC Quality Badge

    The Wilderness Foundation UK has achieved an important benchmark by being awarded the Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Quality Badge

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    Sandon Women’s Institute learn about Food, Farming and Nature

    Today the Wilderness Foundation had a visit from the ladies at the Women’s Institute (WI) of Sandon, Essex. WI is a voluntary organisation founded over 100 years ago that allows women across the UK to become more involved in bettering their community as well as learning new skills and taking part in various activities. Sandon […]

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    May Half Term Events at the Chatham Green Project

    Half Term is just around the corner and we have a busy schedule of fun activities in the outdoors for children now available for booking Sunday 22 May  10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.  Family Sunday Pond-Dipping Special – Come and discover what we have in the pond at Chatham Green and reward yourself for all […]

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    Chatham Green Project now offers Passport to Learning

    We are delighted to have been approved as a partner of the Children’s University, which means that when children come to learn and enjoy activities at the Chatham Green Project in Essex, they can now use this to count towards their certificate.

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    Family Sunday at the Farm starting February 2016

    Once a month, on a Sunday morning (except during school holidays) we are pleased to offer the chance for families to come and enjoy time on the farm

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    Allotment Gardening is Good for You!

    The Wilderness Foundation UK operates six community allotment plots, tended by a range of volunteers and youth groups with varying needs. Our organic produce is distributed both within the community and to the local food bank.

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