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Photo Project Rewild

Photo Project Rewild

Join Project Rewild in the great outdoors

Project Rewild has been set up to reintroduce children back into a habitat from which they have almost completely disappeared – outdoors.

Project Rewild wants to inspire children to climb trees in the woods, to run in wild meadows, explore rockpools along the shore, scramble over rocks, splash in muddy puddles, paddle in streams, pick wild fruits, light fires, make bow and arrows, to go outside, get muddy, make friends and fall in love with nature again! We want children to play free and be wild.

To do this we want to help everyone, to break down some of the barriers that stop children playing outside. We want to support parents, families and communities to work together, so we can all be outside more and have the confidence to let children play freely. We need to rewild our children, for them, for us, and for the future sustainability of our planet.

Photo Project Rewild

Photo Project Rewild

Upcoming events:

Saturday 28 September
Robsack Wood – Meet at One Stop, Bodiam road – 10am -12.30pm

Hollington wood (Tile Barn) below the Hollington Skate park – 2pm – 4.30pm

Discovering, protecting and enjoying our local natural space.

An opportunity for the communities of Hollington and Robsack to discover, explore and protect their local woodland spaces
We will have conservation and woodland management tasks and activities for the whole family. We aim to help make the woodland space a safer and more enjoyable place for families to enjoy. We will also attempt to work together to protect and support the ecosystem of the woodland beyond this event.

We will have an opportunity to enjoy the space together as a community with games, and educational activities to help us all understand and enjoy our local woodlands better.

These events are part of the Sustainability on Sea festival

Join Project Rewild for free family walks. Join their community group on Facebook

“At no time in human history have children spent less time outdoors. Attention deficit disorders, obesity and a variety of other physical and emotional ailments can be attributed to a decline in exposure to the out of doors and the natural environment.”


Posted 10:29 Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019 In: Nature

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