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Family Wild Walks, Projects -

Let's explore the Woodberry Wetlands as the seasons changed from summer to autumn! 


Meet outside the Sainsbury's on Woodberry Grove (near the Manor House tube station) on Sunday 29 September at 11am.

Don't forget to bring a picnic, water and weather-appropriate and waterproof clothing! We have a supply of children's waterproof clothing provided by Muddy Puddles and a few adult jackets too, get in touch with us if you need either. Don’t let the lovely British weather stop us having fun!!

Please note, dogs are not allowed in the Wetlands. For other visitor information see the Woodberry Wetlands website.


We have limited numbers, so please RSVP to beth@outdoorpeople.org.uk to reserve a spot for you and your family, and your friends too.

Given the limited space, please do let us know if your circumstances change and you are unable to join us. Please also provide us with a contact number (in case you can't find us) and any special needs or dietary requirements.

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Family Wild Walks, Hackney, Wildtime -

Join a Family Wild Walk as part of London National Park City Festival Week!

Four small adventures for kids to take their families on, exploring the forgotten wild places, play spaces and green patches our backyard here in Hackney has to offer... Read on to find out dates and times!

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Family Wild Walks, Love Outdoor Play -

We're going on a nature hunt in Tower Hamlets Cemetery!

Meet outside the Rusty Bike Pub next to Mile End Underground Station at 11am on Sunday 7th June. Bring a picnic and be ready to explore!

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Family Wild Walks, Wildtime -

We're venturing outside of Hackney! Join us on a bank holiday day trip to Hampstead Heath on Monday 6th May!

Hampstead Heath is a huge, ancient heath in North London - it first entered the history books in 986! There's ponds, lakes, woodland, play structures and all sorts of adventures to be had!

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campaign, Family Wild Walks, Wildtime -

We've been commissioned to find out how real families think children become ‘nature guardians’, and what will help get families and children enjoying protecting nature indoors and out, and get kids outdoors! 

Join us on this Wild Walkshop. 

We'll play, explore, climb trees (just like our usual Family Wild Walks) and also discuss what is happening to our environment, and what our local green spaces mean to us. 

if you can’t come but have some ideas we’d love to hear from you!

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