Growing heartfelt community in nature
Current events at Sladebank Woods
Forest School events
In term time: Thursdays 1545 – 1730 Primary school age children (currently full). Starting again after Feb 2017 half term
A place to build and grow community in nature.
To promote the use of Sladebank Woods as a local community resource.
To provide people with a deeper experience and understanding of their relationship to the earth, themselves and each other.
To provide experiential opportunities for people to learn about woodlands.
To raise awareness of the educational and productive benefits of managed woodlands to the public.
To provide opportunities across all ages and abilities by organising a programme of activities throughout the year.
To develop outreach projects to further the aims of Sladebank Woods including Forest School programmes, school visits and Camps.
500 Trees planted at Sladebank Woods
Many thanks to all our friends and neighbours who helped to plant trees donated by Stroud Valleys Project, as part of The Big Tree Plant over the last two years.