Take a look at this article by George Monblot http://bit.ly/1w0Vuhd in the Guardian. We need to plan our new houses and communities to make green spaces for children to play!
These magical ice baubles are the latest Going Wild idea for a more natural Christmas.
Fill a balloon with water, add a bit of wire and peg to a tree on a frosty night and then remove the balloon to reveal your ice bauble! And if the weather isn’t quite cold enough,you can always use the deep freeze. Happy Christmas!
No need to buy loads of glitter and plastic “stuff”, just go outside and find natural materials to decorate your home and garden. It’s easy, it’s beautiful and it’s free! Take a look at our top ideas throughout December.
Bind together some evergreen twigs with wire to make a ring. Push other leaves, and natural materials into your ring and fix with wire. Don’t give up, keep adding until your wreath looks wonderful!
No need to buy loads of glitter and plastic “stuff”, go outside and find natural things to decorate your home and garden. It’s easy, it’s beautiful and it’s free! Take a look at our top ideas throughout December.
Write the date on some evergreen leaves, hang them on some twigs, add a few natural decorations and if you really must have chocolate hang those on too!
Here is an outside advent calendar!
If you are looking for an adventure why not go and visit the Wild Wood at Streatley near Goring in Berkshire? Going Wild have been working on an amazing project, a treasure trail full of adventure.
Your mission is to hunt for the secret codes hidden around the wood. Scan them with the QR reader on your smart phone or tablet. Unlock the secrets of the wood, discover who lives there, find out some fearsome facts about them and their amazing superpowers! They will give you some challenges, who can do all of the challenges?
Have a go and let us know what you think!!
Look at the Wild Wood Map and explore!
Can you find the secret codes?