Do you live or work with a child or young person who is living with, or at risk of, poor emotional wellbeing?
The Services for Young People Go Wild at Hudnall team is offering free sessions at Hudnall Park this February half term, thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund and in partnership with Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust.
The events are a great way to have fun, meet other people, learn about nature and new ways to help improve emotional wellbeing.
Please see details of the events below.
Family Forest School
Wednesday 21 February, 11am – 2pm
Friday 23 February, 11am – 2pm
Join us for three hours of adventure and exploration in a beautiful woodland setting here at Hudnall Park.
All young people aged 17 and under are welcome accompanied by parents/carers.
Families are invited to spend time in the woods exploring their personal interests and natural curiosity. Activities may include den building, bushcraft, campfire lighting and cooking, forest crafts and much more!
Thursday 22 February, 11am – 2pm
This is a drop-off session for young people aged 13 to 17.
Are you up for the challenge of starting a fire with flint and steel? Wrap up warm and join us for lunch over the campfire.
Gain patience, perseverance and resilience by learning how to build a fire using natural resources found on the woodland floor.
Understand how to keep the fire going until it is hot enough to cook on, then share the food you have cooked and sit back and relax in front of the fire. We will provide food and drinks, but you are welcome to bring your own too.
The Go Wild at Hudnall February half term sessions are taking place at
Hudnall Common, Little Gaddesden
Berkhamsted, Herts HP4 1QN
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Please book your place by contacting the Services for Young People Go Wild Team:
- 01992 588229