Listen to Teresa Verney-Brookes bigging up The Wild Reading Project with Phil Kennedy on BBC Radio Berkshire.
It was just another evening at Norcot Community Centre…or was it? Who are they with giant ears coming out of their hats? Hey…it’s Poco Drom and the long-locked flautist? Why, that’s The Green Man! Oh my and all those … Continue reading
Hundreds of families picnicing in the park, a group of children singing animal songs, another group making weird and wonderful creatures out of clay and painting butterflies…then venture deep into the wood to discover children creeping along a blindfold … Continue reading
Crikey! Tim Gill is one of the UK’s leading thinkers on childhood, and an effective advocate for positive change in children’s everyday lives…and he supports The Wild Reading Campaign! Tim was Director of the Children’s Play Council (now Play England) … Continue reading
Dr. William Bird is the Strategic Health Advisor for Natural England developing the Natural Health Service that will use the natural environment as a major health resource in England. He’s also the bloke behind RSPB’s report, Natural Thinking….and he’s behind … Continue reading
We’re on a mission to give children the chance to be happy, have fun, enjoy nature and get active outdoors in their local green space. Reading, like many towns has loads of wild spaces, where children can roam free, play … Continue reading
It had been raining for days and when the Nature Nurture team arrived at McIlroy Park early morning on Saturday, it was still tipping down. Would anyone be coming out today? But then the sun broke through, the sky became … Continue reading
We are delighted to hear the news that our grant application to The Earley Charity was successful! This will enable us to run a programme of Wild activities for local children. Our first event will be in conjunction with the … Continue reading