Monday, 3 August 2015

The Woodland Trust #NatureDetectives

I'm so excited to announce that we have been chosen to be #NatureDetectives for The Woodland Trust. We love spending time outdoors and this is a perfect opportunity to go discovering even more.


Let me tell you a bit more about this great charity...


The Woodland Trust is Britain’s largest charity protecting our woodland and the wildlife that lives there. Over 250 of our most threatened species depend on our native woods for their survival. Yet in the past 70 years, more than half of our ancient woodland has been destroyed.


If you love nature and getting outdoors with your children then The Woodland Trust Membership is perfect (you’ll receive this free).


As part of the new Woodland Trust family Membership each child (9 and under) in your family will become a #NatureDetective – receiving a welcome folder and activity booklet.


It’s packed with puzzles, games, and activities to help them learn about trees, plants and animals and make the most of playing outdoors.


Grown Ups receive thier own pack including a directory showing all Woodland Trust woods, plus a unique guide to native British trees, a quarterly publication and more.


memberships starts from just £5 per month for one child and £6 a month for two children. Join the Woodland Trust today and open your doors to a world of natural fun for all the family.

As a member you’ll help:

• Protect the countryside by buying threatened woods to save them from destruction by relentless development and changes in farming

• Give home to the endangered birds, insects, plants and mammals which depend on the woods for their survival

• Plant millions of trees, creating important new habitats for rare plants and wildlife

For children


• A Nature detectives welcome folder and activity booklet, plus bookmark, nature passport and stickers

• New activity pack four times a year, posted to each Nature Detective

• Different packs for different ages


For grown ups

• Directory of Woodland Trust woods

• A unique guide to native British trees

• A tree dedicated to you in your nearest Woodland Trust Woodland Trust

• Two copies of our Broadleaf and The Woods Today magazine each year

• Website full of age related activities for children and ideas for parents

• Events to attend across the UK

We've also been given this fab goody bag to give away just click here for the giveaway page

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