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Discover the impacts that this project has been having in this inspiring short video.
Working locally across the country
National ambassador for The Wildlife Trusts' Forest School projects, TV naturalist and Wildlife Trusts vice-president Nick Baker, declared “the enthusiasm, sense of momentum, and community spirit has been overwhelming” when he visited our work at Moston Fairway nature reserve in 2015.
The Wildlife Trusts are very lucky to receive generous support from players of People's Postcode Lottery. People's Postcode Lottery is a charity lottery in Great Britain where players play with their postcodes to win cash prizes whilst raising money for charities. Find out how players support our vital work here.
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The Wildlife Trusts have been receiving generous support from players of People's Postcode Lottery since 2014 and the support each year has massively helped us in our work across England, Scotland and Wales.
Thanks to players of People's Postcode Lottery, The Wildlife Trusts are inspiring and connecting people to nature through precious species and wild places, providing thousands of children of all ages with opportunities to spend time in nature through a series of Forest School and outdoor learning activities and standing up for and defended wild places when they faced significant threat.
In 2019, the Lancashire Wildlife Trust were able to extend our Forest School project aims to bring our popular preschool Nature Tots programme to both cities, and have also worked closely with staff from world-renowned Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool to introduce Forest School as a form of therapy for patients accessing their Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). After a successful pilot programme, Mental Health Therapists at Alder Hey are now in the process of setting up their own Forest School programme with their patients.
In 2020, our Forest School Project are working with new schools in Liverpool and Manchester, while supporting our previous cohorts, and will continue to offer preschool Nature Tots sessions to local communities in both the cities.
“This is what it’s all about, opening up our natural world to young enthusiasm and inspiring kids to love learning and being outdoors.”TV naturalist and Wildlife Trusts vice-president
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