Wild with Wheels Founder Gini Mitchell writes -
The February morning drizzle cleared, changing into rays of sunshine piercing the grey sky.
Bark, twigs, lichens, leaves, pine needles, pinecones, acorns, conkers and chestnuts covered our nature table at
We always sympathetically source our nature items locally within the .
It was lovely to see the connection and creativity as these natural objects showed their details on the paper. We also offered clay to impress and explored the emerging composition and patterns.
We don't shy away from any elements of nature.
Some took a closer look with magnifying glasses. Others browsed through the books on display to learn more about the trees with which they'd formed closer connections.
Afterwards we were inspired to take a walk around the ramparts and to study the trees this historic site boasts.
Inclusion Matters as we share a common interest in nature which brings a cocktail of physical, emotional and mental health differences, ages and life experiences together.
Thanks as ever to our friends and supporters the White Cliffs Countryside Partnership and the Land Trust.
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.
🌳🌲🍁🍃🍂Bringing the outdoors inside!
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