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Growing Among Trees & Wild Teaching

  Stand Tall and Proud Sink your roots deeply into the Earth. Advice from a Tree, Ilan Shamir   Studies have shown that access to trees can have powerful healing properties for children and can even increase mental concentration. Growing … Continue reading

Sounds of our Town

  “In every sound, the hidden silence sleeps.” ― Dejan Stojanovic   You probably have at least one favourite everyday sound that makes you smile, tingle, relax, buzz with excitement or feel connected with your surroundings. It could be your … Continue reading

Mission Lousehill

“Unless we are willing to encourage our children to reconnect with and appreciate the natural world, we can’t expect them to help protect and care for it”  David Suzuki   In the heart of West Reading’s Dee Park, there is … Continue reading

Talking Trees

  If trees could talk, what would they say? Would they talk of the past, or tomorrow or today? In 2017 we pulled off something we weren’t sure was even possible. Thanks to a commission by the Woodland Trust and … Continue reading

Canal & River Trust Fobney Wild Day!

The Canal & River Trust commissioned Nature Nurture to help raise awareness of Reading’s waterways and connect the community with little known natural gem; Fobney Lock and Fobney Nature Reserve. We designed family-friendly events in Spring and Autumn, with a … Continue reading

Download your Wild Reading Maps!

Prospect park map

Thanks to funding from HLF and corporate sponsors OLSWANG, we commissioned Anne Wilson an award winning illustrator to create interactive child friendly activity maps for some of our best wild spaces in Reading. Wild Map Prospect Park (PDF 62Mb) Wild … Continue reading

Discovering the Wolverhampton Trees

In 2017, Sport England funded  Intelligent Health to deliver ‘Beat the Street’ in Wolverhampton. As Intelligent HEalth’s Nature Delivery Partners, we were commissioned to design a new Tree Trail at Peascroft wood, created in collaboration with The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham, The … Continue reading