• The Importance of Play

  • All children and young people need to play. The impulse to play is innate . Play is a biological , psychological and social necessity, and is fundamental to the healthy development and wellbeing of individuals and communities.

    — Play Scotland
  • What we offer:-

    • Experienced Play Rangers to faciliate oudoor play in your local woodland
    • A play experience which is fully leaner led.
    • Support for community groups and organisations who wish to provide outdoor play
    • Opportunities to learn more about the environment
    • Positive learning environment for your child
    • Delightful, friendly and welcoming place
  • Who can have a play session?

    Play sessions are versitile so can suit your need – We have worked with families, community groups, schools and adults.

    Do we have to travel to you?

    No, with enough notice I can provide play sessions in your local woodland which makes it much moe accessible to you in the future

    What kind of things will we be doing?

    Although play is freely chosen, we do offer some ideas at first – such as mud kitchen, slack line and den building.

    We can also offer a craft on request.

  • Wild Time

    After School Forest Club
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All comments (2)
  • Chloe
    July 17, 2016 at 7:15 pm

    Do you run sessions near Lanark.

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    • jackiemeager
      @Chloe
      August 18, 2016 at 5:55 pm

      Hi Chloe - Sorry for the delayed response. 'Wild Time' is our new outdoor play after school club taking place every Thursday at 3.45 - 5.45pm in […] Read MoreHi Chloe - Sorry for the delayed response. 'Wild Time' is our new outdoor play after school club taking place every Thursday at 3.45 - 5.45pm in Birkwood Estate, Lesmahagow Booking is essential - for more information visit www.outletplayresource.eventbrite.co.uk Read Less

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