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Wild Reading

Our wild year 2015

Thanks to our AMAZING  team, partners, funders,  & participants for making  2015 an incredible year:  1300 people experienced our  FAMILY WILD DAYS  Nursery School children went wild weekly,  Funding flew in from the   Heritage Lottery Fund, The Peoples health Trust,   Reading Borough Council & corporate sponsors  Dialog & Olswang  We produced wild activity maps for parks,   YEE HAW  we launched the Wild West Project,  created willow creatures for the  WILD WOODS  PROCESSION & loads of littluns loved   lantern making and joined John the  GINORMOUS GIANT  as he strolled through the town.  Goodbye 2015 – it was nice knowing   you,  Natalie Ganpatsingh, Director Nature Nurture CIC

... there were even more wild happenings in 2015 that we couldn't fit within the graphic, including nurturing creativity with children at All Saints Junior School, Global Arts with St. John's Primary School, outdoor learning with Oxford Road Community School, wild adventures with young people from the Red Balloon School, environmental education with children from Amersham Road Youth Group at Rushall Farm, theatre scenery creation in Reading and the South of France, the design of the 'Wild Child Adventure Pack' and consultancy for The Land Trust at Everton Park, Liverpool. Hmmm...I think that's it!

The Call of the Wild

Our very own Wild Reading film - find out what happened to Joe when he heard The Call of the Wild...

This short film shows what we've been up to in the Wild West of Reading. We're even more ambitious now; we want to enable children from the whole of the Reading area to go wild in their local green space. Your Telephone Vote on Monday 24th November will help us achieve this.

We’re proud to be part of The Wild Network, whose mission is to support children, parents and guardians of children to roam free, play wild and connect with nature. An amazing film, Project Wild Thing, kickstarted this nationwide movement and as part of the project we’re going to create ‘The Wild Town Toolkit’ which we’ll share with other organisations across the land who want to make their own town go wild!