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spring equinox guided walk in north wales

Spring Equinox Walk (Chirk Castle)

March 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Spring Equinox is a special moment in nature's calendar. It is one of only two times of the year that day and night are of equal length. Join Lea and James for a 2hr guided walk through the beautiful woodland and parkland of the National Trust’s Chirk Castle estate, starting and ending at our campfire circle under the trees. We will be looking at the emerging woodland and hedgerow plants, using field guides to identify unfamiliar species and searching…

nature connection workshop in north wales

Nature Connection for Health & Wellbeing

April 13 @ 9:30 am - May 4 @ 4:30 pm

Everywhere we turn there seems to be someone telling us that we need to "be more connected to nature." But what does that really mean? Here, at Woodland Classroom, we believe that the journey to stronger nature connection begins with 5 principles; slowing down, taking notice of the wild things, reading the landscape, giving back to the Earth and sharing our joy of nature with others. Join us around the campfire amoungst the beautiful woods and parkland of the National…

shinrin yoku & forest bathing in wales

Forest Bathing (Shinrin-yoku)

May 11 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Shinrin-yoku (which translates to Forest Bathing) has captured peoples attention everywhere. In Japan it is widely used as a preventative medicine for its beneficial effect on our wellbeing. We know instinctively that spending time out in nature is good for our soul, but now research into Forest Bathing is proving our gut feelings to be true. Join us for a morning session of relaxation techniques, meditation, earthing and nature connection, with the aim of giving you a range of techniques which…

Identifying Trees in Summer

Identifying Trees in Summer

June 23 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm

When you're out walking, have you ever wondered, "which tree is that?" Do you know your rowan from your ash? Have no fear, because on this one-day course we'll show you how to identify a host of tree species by looking at leaves, bark, the shape of the tree and other clues. We'll also look at the different uses that trees have, their place in the ecosystem and even a bit of woodland folklore. You will also take away your…

wild food foraging in north wales

Wild Food, Foraging & Wilderness Cookery

September 14 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Autumn in the woods is the perfect time for foraging wild foods. Join our expert guest tutor, Dave Watson from Woodland Survival Crafts as we explore the world of edible plants, fungi and wild game. "Food tastes better outdoors" is a common phrase but it tastes even better when you have gathered and prepared it yourself. Edible wild plants and fungi are often viewed with suspicion and thought to be bitter or tasteless, only to be eaten as a last…

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