Woodland Inspired Learning & Development (WILD) - Nature Natter

Delivered by Woodland Inspired Learning & Development (WILD)
  • Environmental issues
  • Crafting

These weekly sessions at Netherholm Community Hall focus on different aspects of the natural world each week. Examples include learning about healing plants; building blue bird boxes or even guided learning in carving spoons from logs. Some weeks also include nature walks and litter picking around local areas.

Sessions are every Thursday (term time) 10am - 12pm and are free of charge. Anyone is welcome.

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Thursday
10am to 12pm

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