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Wild Adventures in the Great Outdoors

Our regular pre-school and after-school sessions run on Mondays during term time. We also run other outdoor learning activities, either as part of a holiday programme, or with local schools and groups.

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss a bespoke outdoor learning session.

Clay in Nature Summer Workshops involve creating ceramic works of art inspired by nature.

Wild Ranger Volunteer Days involve gardening, wildlife counts, and general care and conservation duties all aimed at protecting our green corridor.

Nature Club for Primary school age. Runs on Monday from 6th June till 11th July. Note - there is no session on the 13th June

Nature Club for pre-school age. Runs on Monday from 6th June till 11th July. Note - there is no session on 13th June.


Welcome to Wild Adventures in the Great Outdoors

The Wild Rangers programme was created to provide children and adults of all ages and backgrounds the opportunities to interact with and access nature in fun, inclusive, creative and inspiring ways. Our mission is to promote the conservation and enhancement of the green spaces and nature conservation sites we work in for the benefit of wildlife and people’s wellbeing. We do this by running outdoor adventure learning sessions and carrying out nature conservation work, including leading volunteer days which help improve local green spaces. We believe all children and adults of all ages and backgrounds should have access to nature near to where they live.


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Join us 2nd July 2022 for a day of festive fun at The Ringway Centre Activities for all ages throughout the day GPCG formed in 1972 following the successful campaign […]


We love Wild Rangers so much. It's a wonderful way of experiencing the abundant nature on our doorstep and we have learned so much from the sessions. Our children are 7, 5, 5, and 6 months and they have all hugely enjoyed coming every week, rain and shine, to get together with other families in our local community, some of whom we have never met before. We've loved both the structured and more free activities, including making clay sand fairies, "houses", painting stones, planting herbs, tasting different herbs and fruits, hearing wonderful stories, singing songs and learning about all the animals and plants in our local area. We've made countless new connections, not only with people, but also with our natural surroundings and community activities. We feel much more part of our community as a result of coming to Wild Rangers. It's a uniquely wonderful thing, but it shouldn't be unique!

Anna, Local resident

We become involved as a family through attending the Wild Rangers group at the start of 2020. Having the opportunity to explore the local environment has been amazing - particular highlights were the hundred year old ants nests and finding the hairstreak butterfly eggs on the oak buds. Something we would never have experienced somewhere else. It’s also really given us a sense of value about what is on our doorstep - looking at things you normally walk straight past!

Victoria, Local resident

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Big City Butterflies Launch

Wild Rangers is excited to be part of Big City Butterflies, an excited new project by the Butterfly Conservation Trust, which will inspire Londoners to discover butterfliews and moths, and connect them with nature in their local green spaces.

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