People we like to recommend
EarthCraft Floral Tributes
Clair`s philosophy in relation to funeral tributes, is to honour our departed loved ones with personal bespoke tributes which are: seasonal, locally grown: flowers, fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, mosses and foliage -
SK Bushcraft Knives
The most amazing, totally bespoke handcrafted bushcraft knives by knifesmith Scott Woolsgrove. Truly unique and created with care and precision. 1:1 knife making workshops available. Based in South East Kent.
The Wilderness Gathering
During August every year, tucked away just off the A303 in West Knoyle, Wiltshire -
Abbey Physic Community Garden -
Mount Ephraim Gardens -
Mount Ephraim Gardens is the perfect place for a relaxing day out in Kent. Ten acres of gardens set in the heart of an 800 acre estate with magnificent views over the Swale estuary in Kent. A stunning venue for functions and weddings. The Dawes are our landlords being a truly philanthropic family, fully supporting our project for which we are truly grateful.
The Wild Flower Kitchen -
Lucia Stuart is extremely knowledgeable and offers seaweed cooking & wild food weekends. This is an amazing experience understanding our local seaweeds and one which I can personally highly recommend.
The Children and Nature Network
The Children & Nature Network (C&NN) was created to encourage and support the people and organizations working nationally and internationally to reconnect children with nature. The network provides a critical link between researchers and individuals, educators and organizations dedicated to children's health and well-
Kagye Samye Ling Monastery & Tibetan Centre,
Eskdalemuir, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland
Samye Ling Monastery is the first and largest of its kind in the West. As well as a centre of Buddhist wisdom and learning, it is also a centre for the preservation of Tibetan Buddhism, arts, medicine and culture.
Project Wild Thing is a feature documentary which aims to re-
The Children and Nature Network for Kent
Connecting Children and Nature Network for Kent is a partnership led by Canterbury Christ Church University and open to all individuals and organisations with an interest in connecting children and young people with the natural environment.
The Network is coordinated by a Steering Group with representatives from several organisations including EarthCraftuk
I highly recommend MUDDY FACES for all wonders of outdoor and Forest School play equipment and supplies. Liz Knowles and her team offer a really brilliant personal service -
The Forest School Association
The Forest School Association is the professional body and UK wide voice for Forest School, promoting best practice, cohesion and ’quality Forest School for all‘. We are a self governing, democratic and inclusive membership organisation that works towards supporting and ensuring high standards in Forest School training and practice across the UK, and promoting the benefits of quality Forest School. For FSA Kent & Medway information click HERE
Forest School Wales
A fantastic group to join even if you are not in Wales!
Forest School Wales works to ensure that throughout Wales there is sustainable Forest School provision supported by a national network that will nurture the development of projects, offer advice, provide resources, guide best practice and provide continuing professional development.