A look back at the achievements of the Chatham Green Project team over the past twelve months Educational Delivery The Chatham Green Project was very busy with school delivery in 2017, with a big outreach delivery at the start of the year. Our Outreach delivery is based around important environmental days of the year, such [...]
Wilderness Explorers Day Camps Our popular Wilderness Explorers camps are based across our whole 40-acre site and include forest play, shelter building, camp fires, nature investigations and free play. Explorers camps are run by our Forest School leader and suit children aged 5-10 yrs. Places limited, don't miss out! Dates Monday 12th Feb, Wed 14th [...]
Wilderness Explorers Day Camps Our popular Wilderness Explorers camps are based across our whole 40-acre site and include forest play, shelter building, camp fires, nature investigations and free play. Dates Monday 23rd, Wed 25th & Fri 27th Oct 2017 Times Camp activities are 10am to 3pm. We offer an early drop off from 9.30 a.m. [...]
It was our pleasure and honour to welcome HRH Prince Harry to the Wilderness Foundation UK today (14/09/2017) The Prince spent over 90 minutes meeting with children and young people who have experienced for themselves the positive power of nature to improve lives and the positive power of humanity to save wilderness. In a packed [...]
On the evening of Friday 26th May we were joined at the Chatham Green Project by Notley Yoga, for an evening of drumming!
Anyone who has seen the impact that learning and playing outdoors has on children knows how powerful such experiences can be. Learning outdoors creates lasting memories, helps build a greater awareness of the environment
The Chatham Green Project welcomed a class of 26 pupils and 4 teachers to the farm on Thursday for a fun and fact filled journey from Field to Fork!
Does your child enjoy the outdoors? Why not come along to our brand new Forest Kids club where we have fun in the woods... shelter building, camp fires, rope swings, mud play, bug investigations and much more!
From time-to-time we put out a night vision camera to see what's happening on the farm when we aren't here.
The Chatham Green Project has been celebrating this important day which draws attention to the incredible wildlife with whom we share this planet
This is a great time of year to look out for nature highways – badgers are especially good at making them as they ramble around looking for food at night, like this one in our meadow.
This barn owl has been using our peaceful site to hunt small mammals most afternoons for the past month.
We are seeking volunteer youth leaders for our brand new seasonal Children's Activity Camps. Get experience, make contacts and work in nature!
It's been a wonderful first BioBlitz at Hyde Hall Farm, Chatham Green today
Our 'Nature Detectives' had a wonderful time exploring the farm this morning and discovering the wildlife that inhabits it. We followed nature's clues and found a whole host of creepy crawlies to identify!