Woodland wanted to rent for Forest school in Berkshire, bucks or RBME


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My name is Mimi and I really need some help and advice with regards to use of woodlands from a local farmer for Forest school purposes as I am relocating to the Berkshire area. I am a fully insured, level 3 qualified Forest school leader with 8 yrs experience accredited by the FSA 2 yrs in a row with an Ofsted rating of Outstanding in all areas and am passionate about supporting and encouraging children’s play, exploration and learning in the woods. I believe if we get to know nature, we will love it and what we love we will care for and look after. In Dorking I grafted a successful Forest School business and looking to replicate this in the area and bring my passion for nature and the Forest school ethos to the wider community. If there are any farmers out there with an acre or 2 of unused woodland that we could rent for community projects inc Forest school, conservation such as planting trees managing the woodland and wildlife then please do get in touch. I would ideally like to run all year round to follow the true nature of Forest school in 1-3 acres of woodland and the dream is to set up lots of community workshops and a nature based nursery. I would happily pay rent to the landowner, manage it and work with the community to increase biodiversity and the woodland trust to plant more trees. I look forward to hearing from any farmers or landowners who can help me in my endeavour

Many thanks
07500 810823


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