Today’s worktask was thankfully in the cool under the trees at the Enchanted Wood at Dalby Forest. The Enchanted Wood is a natural play area that we help to look after that is specifically for the under 5s. We replenished materials in the barefoot walk, repaired parts of the stone wall & remade the nature art area. The woodland tiny folk have also moved in! Can you find all their doors on your next visit?
Category Archives: Art in the forest
Initial Carving Workshops for maze announced for 2019
We are very pleased to announce that Peter Maris will be holding the Dry Stone Wall Maze Initial Carving Workshops throughout 2019.
Peter will also be holding three Christmas workshops on 1st, 9th & 15th December 2018.
They’ll go quick so book your place soon!
Soggy but lovely – October work task in Dalby
A bit of a wet one today but we did some trail clearing in advance of Fear in the Forest at the end of the month. Thankfully topped off with a nice hot drink at the cafe courtesy of ranger Paul. Some of us also took a quick trip up to see the new Nissan hut installation by Rachel Whiteread near the Adderstone.
Despite the rain, it was still lovely to see all the Autumn colours coming out.
An interesting read! It’s sad to think that nature words are falling out of use for some children in the UK, and by extension, losing some of that connection too.
acorn adder ash beech blackberry bluebell bramble brook buttercup catkin clover conker cowslip cygnet dandelion fern fungus gorse hazel hazelnut heather heron holly horse chestnut ivy kingfisher lark magpie minnow newt otter pansy pasture poppy porpoise primrose raven starling stoat stork sycamore thrush weasel violet willow wren