Summer Garden Project

Project Category: Registered charityProject Tags: Biodiversity, Children & young people, Education, Gardens, Mental Health and Sharing Economy

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    Summer Programme at Bilton Hall Community Trust

    Williby Roc’s provide Eco Arts and Crafts to children, families, community groups and adults.We use environmentally friendly, recyclable, pre-loved and woodland materials to deliver events, parties, workshops, after school clubs and education sessions.

    Here at Williby Roc’s we aim to release children’s potential for creation and resourcefulness using reclaimed waste and natural materials from the world around us.

    We are passionate about arts and crafts and we also care about our environment and the world we live in. This seemed like a perfect opportunity to create Williby Roc’s and start empowering children to be more confident and sustainable within their communities while releasing their potential to become independent learners and crafters.

    Our sessions have a friendly and relaxed feel and the children are encouraged and supported to craft freely and follow their own creative interests. We celebrate the seasons and our sessions and materials reflect the seasonal bounty of nature.

    Description of activities that we will be delivering

    The sessions we will deliver at Bilton Hall Community Trust will focus around the use and practicality of the centres garden, inspiring the community, attracting wildlife, social inclusion and learning about the wonderful world around us.

    Planting and gardening – learning how to plant seeds, take care of plants and harvest.Build gardening structures.Composting and wormeries.

    Learning about wildlife and the world around us – bug hotels, planting for bees, building animal homes and dens, butterfly garden.

    Art and craft recycling projects for practical and decorative use around the garden.

    Activities will include the children creating projects that they can take home to grow.The children will also learn lots of sustainable gardening skills that they can take home and use with their families.The sessions are created to inspire the children about their environment and give them a sense of ownership and responsibility about their community.A reduce, reuse, recycle and repurpose ethos will run throughout all of our activities and everything that we do.

    The final sessions will invite the whole community to come and join in the celebrations and enjoy the centre garden.Lots of activities for everyone to join in.

    We will invite disadvantaged community to come along for sessions, elderly, socially excluded, people with disabilities etc.Create the garden so it is accessible for everyone.

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    Bilton Hall Community Trust (Low Simonside CA), Taunton Avenue, Jarrow,