Tree tots

    We are happy to announce that Tree Tots is back! There have been changes to allow us to run the sessions safely. Please see below.

    Pre-school toddlers and their parents or carers are invited to join our education team for a “Nature Play” session in Howe Park Wood.

    The session is specifically designed for pre- school children and their parents or carers. Activities will vary according to the weather and the season and can include mud kitchens, swinging in hammocks, playing with water, exploring and collecting natural treasure, rope balancing and more.

    We set up the activities in the wood, and the children can explore with their adult, helping the little ones to develop their play, creativity and sensory skills.

    We have adpated the session during this period. Changes include:

    • Two 40 minute sessions for a maximum of 15 people (including adults) with charge of £1 per person
    • Sanitation stations
    • Cleaning between each session
    • Parents will need to keep their children in their own bubbles as they are moving around the activities
    • Attendees must book online so we can collect Track and Trace data
    • Updated risk assessment with additional measures

    Maximum 3 children per adult

    Please all come dressed appropriately for the weather as we believe children should have the opportunity to experience the wild outdoors - rain, sun and snow! We only cancel if there is extreme weather, such as very high winds, and you will be sent a notification on those rare occassions. Paths may be muddy in the winter.

    If you have any questions concerning the session, please contact us: treetots@theparkstrust.com or on 01908 972950.

    Sessions run each week. Book onto a session here. .

    For further details please email: treetots@theparkstrust.com.  To book, follow the links:

    You can download the information guide here.

    Book onto our Tree Tots session below


    Discover our parks

    • Howe Park Wood

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      Howe Park is probably the woodland mentioned in the Domesday Survey of 1086. Parts of it may be rare surviving fragments of the 'wildwood' that covered the whole of lowland Britain after the last Ice Age, 6-11,000 years ago.

      Refreshments
      There is a Café at Howe Park Wood ran by Grounds. The café is operating a takeaway only service until further notice.

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