There's exciting work going on to renovate our usual space in the casemates - so the kind folk who manage this historical place are letting us meet in the style in the Officers' Mess.
We're so grateful to The Land Trust and White Cliffs Countryside Partnership for supporting our activities at Fort Burgoyne.
Wild with Wheels brings the 'Outdoors Inside' for colder or wetter days when being outside isn't so pleasant. So we offer a collection of previously scavenged nature materials , for the group still to connect to nature - even on a rainy day.
Hannah brings skills nearly 20 years' from running a broad range of survival bushcraft and nature awareness courses in the depths of the Kentish woodland, using natural materials.
Participants of many ages were keen to get stuck in with their creativity - our team was so impressed at their many bird themed creations.
Our Wilders created replica nests, pictures, collages, bird feeders, and sculptures, keeping the bird theme in mind.
We're looking forward to this session at Fort Burgoyne on Thursday 26th January,
it's a great place to help the RSPB with their annual bird count - we've heard a woodpecker and seen a buzzard flying over the site.
Wild with Wheels funding is provided through the Farming in Protected Landscapes programme from Defra and the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, who are supporting access to nature in Kent.
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