The Wilderness Foundation UK and its Patron Bruce Little invite you to an evening viewing of a collection of bronze sculpture
Wilderness Foundation UK volunteers make a difference Some help troubled young people turn their lives around. Some work outdoors to help preserve wild spaces. Some accomplish both goals by working on fundraising and public awareness campaigns. All gain the satisfaction of contributing to the wellbeing of our communities and our planet. Most volunteer opportunities are [...]
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. [...]
A group of students from the Wilderness Foundation's TurnAround project had the opportunity to speak with Prince Harry today about the benefits of their time with the charity
The award winning Chatham Green Project is a farm education and conservation initiative on 400 acres of farmland in the heart of Essex Focused on sustainable land use, the project investigates how we can utilise the land more effectively to better balance the 21st century needs of farming, nature and communities. Through this initiative, we [...]
Following the visit of HRH Prince Harry to the Wilderness Foundation UK on 14th September, there has been widespread coverage of the work of the charity – locally, nationally and even globally!
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 [...]
A new local group "Be Present Mindfulness" will be offering workshops and activities at Chatham Green starting on 15th July 2017 What is Mindfulness? It is present moment awareness bringing our attention to what is happening NOW. Mindfulness has many benefits including: Improved relationships Come along and learn how to manage yourself and in turn [...]
Wilderness Foundation UK CEO Jo Roberts reviews The Nature Fix by Florence Williams, a new book from W W Norton publishers. It makes a fascinating read!
Our rural heritage and life skills project Imbewu Scotland has received a prestigious Education Award at Helping it Happen 2017.
On the evening of Friday 26th May we were joined at the Chatham Green Project by Notley Yoga, for an evening of drumming!
We're delighted to be participating in the The Scottish Land & Estates’ 2017 spring conference today
Last night we celebrated the successes of participants in the TurnAround Berkshire programme. Our group recently returned from their first wilderness trail
On Sunday 21st May three students from Eton College completed their first half marathon, all in aid of rhino protection work in South Africa
Richard Cheney took on the challenge of running 100 miles of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path between 28th and 30th of April in memory of his friend Rees Ballard