Three Musketeers – Reach for The Sky

On a fine October day Blacknest Woodland is a wonderland of colour and offers many opportunities for new adventures. Climbing is always a favourite and this fallen beech tree encourages both the timid and the bold to strive for new...
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I’ve Made My Bed

Making a hammock is not that easy; it requires skill and determination. So, even if I did make it a little too short I think I deserve a rest. Having made my bed, I’m definitely going to lie in it
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Secret Tunnels

Close to the fence with Mill Lane theĀ rhododendron bushes have created a dark green tunnel over a path used by deer, foxes and other animals to traverse our woodland from East to West. When playing hiding games this secret tunnel is a great way to move around while remaining out-of-sight from your companions and if you learn to move quietly you can ambush them to win the game.
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Reach for the Sky

If the Guinness Book of Records had an award for the oldest climbing frame in the world we would submit an entry. Autumn 2015 saw this tree topple over and as it hasĀ given so much pleasure to so many children it will not be cut into logs but will be a permanent feature for our planned Forest School.
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