Introducing a new art and outdoor learning project in partnership with environmental artist James Aldridge, Chapel Arts Studios, and 5 Andover schools. Funded by Arts Council England.
Nature Explorers’ Club is back for two days during the October school holidays, and is now accepting bookings for activities.
Schools have been visiting an Ash tree due to be felled in a project called Meet The Trees - aiming to connect children with woodland and sustainable forestry.
A wonderful evening of dancing, music, food and an auction of promises and we managed to raise an amazing £3000!
We had the honour of hosting Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Peace Day Procession for the second year running - photos and videos.
A day to showcase who we are and what we do.
Nature comes to Andover in the form of Virtual Reality!
We are excited to announce that planning permission has been officially approved for the Cabin!
UPDATED : Remaining places on summer activities for children and teens. We hope you will still find an activity to suit:
A fantastic team assembled on Saturday 13th August to pot up the wildflowers…
UPDATED Summer activities for children and teens that want to get outside and get creative! Find an activity to suit:
Bumble Bees – Age 2-6… Dormice – Age 7-10… Terra-bytes – Age 11-16
In April, we were delighted to appoint Becky McGugan to the post of Education Officer.
On June 23rd the annual summer open day welcomed visitors...
Success! The Spend-a-Penny target has been reached!
We have applied to the Grow Wild team at Kew Gardens for a Community Project grant.
In the last two weeks of November, pupils from 20 schools came to plant their trees.
The plans for the conversion of the steel containers have been revised in accordance with a structural engineer’s report…
The Tree Conference at the Merlin Theatre in Frome on Sunday 21st October 2018 was an inspirational, sell-out event…
Fifteen members attended the AGM at The White Hart on Monday evening.
Dr Jane Goodall, who is famous for her ground-breaking work with primates…
Harrow Way students win Roots & Shoots Award for Group Most In Touch With Nature.