Great to speak to Sue Kinnear today on BBC Radio Berkshire
We're really happy to see this published at last. Great to see the emphasis on connecting people with nature. This is what Nature Nurture is all about!
Unbelievable but true. We have literally given trees a voice and we can’t wait for you to hear them!
London Tree Week, 27th May and 4th June, 10am to 4pm. Free Entrance.
Venture along the Thames, just past Tower Bridge and you’ll come across Potters Fields Park. This little green oasis, snuggled beside City Hall, is a haven for people, nature and some very special trees. We’ve partnered with the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity, The Woodland Trust, to bring you an Audio Trail as part of London Tree Week where you can experience: Continue reading
Please help us find a place for our stuff.
The size of a garage will be enough.
If it's cheap or free, that's certainly best,
And ideally near to Reading West.
Friends, Readingers wild folk, lend me your ears. What I mean to say is, please can you keep your ear to the ground? Do you, or anyone you know have a garage, shed or other possible space where Nature Nurture can store several crates containing our workshop equipment?
As many of you know, we've been providing FREE workshops, events and learning resources for families, schools, children's centres and youth clubs for the last 5 years and have helped literally 1000s of children to go wild in Reading's parks woodlands and meadows. Continue reading
If trees could talk, what would they say, Would they talk of the past, or tomorrow of today?
Nature Nurture are on a mission to connect urban communities with the nature on their doorstep.
"Hmmm - but how can we do this? There's just so much noise to break through."
Well we have come up with something: We reckon that if we can give nature a voice, people just might listen. Continue reading
So this is our next plan...What do you think?
Listen up! We've designed an Interactive Soundmap of Reading - For just £6 you can buy a Family Ticket or £3/ individual ticket for 'Tomorrow's Reading' at Green Park on Saturday 7th May - What will the future look like? Where will we live? How will we live, and what will we eat? Come and hear, touch, feel, taste and experience at this amazing one-day interactive festival. We were delighted when Intelligent Health (the company behind the brilliant Beat the Street) asked us to create an exhibit for their stand...