Alcoa, our local partners are currently supporting us to deliver a brand new and exciting programme of environmental learning and outdoor education for Scouts, Youth Organisations and Schools.
This is a great, new way of experiencing the woodland and all that it has to offer… whether you want to complete a nature badge with your Cubs or Scouts or you are a teacher who wants to deliver primary or secondary education to your students, we can offer a range of bespoke packages to suit.
Thanks to our partners Alcoa, Bradley Wood can now offer a wide range of environmental and outdoor learning opportunities. As an ancient woodland set in a fabulous 55 acre area, we have the perfect venue to host a range of activities for all ages.
Who are our environment packages aimed at?
We can offer packages to suit both primary and secondary education. Either pick from one of our standard packages, use our wide range of in house resources to run your own sessions or work with our team to create a bespoke package that works to your specific needs.
Awards and Badges
Scouts, Guides and other youth groups can complete any of their nature or environment badges at Bradley Wood, we also offer volunteering opportunities for badges and awards such as Queen Scout or Duke of Edinburgh.
How to find out more
For more details and to speak to someone about our bespoke packages please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details, we will be happy to work with you to create exactly what you need!
Want to get involved in maintaining our Environment?
We are always looking for volunteers to help us to maintain our woodland and habitats, if you would like to get involved, email email@example.com to find out how you can help!
Coming Up in 2017
The following items are planned for 2017,
Range of activities and resources that will allow young peoples to experience and explore all that the wood has to offer – from bird and bat box building to bug hunting and bee hives, we will have something for everyone!
Creation of two ponds which will create a natural habitat for a number of animals and plant – you will be able to pond dip and learn all about the creatures that you catch in our dipping shelter.
New “HIDE” where birds, bees, butterflies and other animals can be observed using traditional methods but also using technology such as infrared cameras.
New outdoor learning areas where groups can use our resources, picnic and take in the sights and sounds of the wood
Nature trails and walks around the wood
Interpretation boards around the wood