We Are The Wild People

a community interest company bringing people closer together with nature

CONNECT

Connect the community to the natural environment.

TRAIN

Train people to link others to nature.

CREATE & SUSTAIN

Opportunities for outdoor learning.

WHAT WE DO

We provide
opportunities for people to create links with nature!

We are a not for profit, community interest company and social enterprise. We exist to help promote people’s relationships with nature, to develop an understanding of our personal place in the natural environment and to explore ways to feel free within it.

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WHAT WE OFFER

Woodland Ways

Get in amongst the leaves and experience the ‘wild’ forest with our regular sessions inspired by Forest School. Great for children and their adults, if you’re going camping as a family for the first time and want to get used to being in the woods, or just want to get closer to nature in a fun and supportive environment with other people. Takes place over a block of 6 regular sessions.

Bushcraft

Suitable for older children and adults – gain experience of survival techniques and tools. It’s all about the elements: from building shelters and lighting fires to outdoor cooking and becoming comfortable in spending more time outdoors.

Training

As part of our social purpose we will be training others to lead groups in the ‘wild’ natural environment.

If you think you would like to volunteer to help support our sessions or to share your outdoors skills, let us know,

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OUR AWESOME TEAM

Our Team

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Gareth Whitley

Managing Director & Woodland Facilitator

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Leo Harbord

Director & Woodland Facilitator

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Lucy Chard

Director

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