Environmental Activities

The Centre has an excellent range of structured practical activities for all ages.  These include  pond dipping, fresh water ecology, woodland ecology,
habitat management and map making. Formal and informal education is provided for schools, colleges and Community groups.


Special events such as moth evenings, badger watching, toad watching, fungus forays, botany walks, dragonfly stalking and bird watching are also held at the Centre. Many of these activities are organised by the Woodland Education Centre's Community support group,  The Offwell Environment Link.



Family Countryside Activity Days are organised during the school holidays.  A whole range of  habitats can be explored and activities include pond dipping, bird watching, building shelters and map trails.



Excellent  facilities and staffing support are provided.  The Centre provides marvellous opportunities to reinforce many aspects of the National Curriculum topics.  A newsletter for schools, colleges and universities is published twice a year.


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