At The Willows we have so much fun!
We hope to use this page to give you a taster of activities that we offer, and show you how we get involved!
We have some amazing visitors:
The Little Zoo:
The children love meeting all the different animals including:
A baby skunk:
A pygmy hedgehog:
A millipede (which pooed on someone's hand!)
Tropical Discovery Workshops:
The children love learning about all the animals that Chris brings in, ask some great questions and decide whether they want to hold them or not!
We really enjoy when Ruth from Mini Musicians comes to lead us in a music session. There is lots of great singing and some fantastic instruments to play from chime bars and drums to musical frogs!
The Life Bus:
The children love to visit the life bus and learn all about how our bodies work and how to stay fit and healthy!
Wafaa from Wafaa Belly Dancing Flavours taught the children how to Belly Dance! What great fun and great exercise too!
We go on some funpacked visits:
Larkrise Farm Visit:
Hope Nature Centre:
- treasure hunts, emu watering and pony grooming!
Village Welly Walks:
- off to spot the White Horse!
We hold some brilliant events:
Sports Day: The children try a selection of sporting activities including throwing and catching, balance challenges and egg and spoon! This event is all about having fun and ends with an ever popular presentation and ice pop combination!
Nativity Play: The children perform and sing in this magical production! If the girls and boys have been good, a special someone may also pay us a visit!
Easter Parade: Wonderful Easter Bonnets can be seen during our Eater parade followed by an Easter Egg hunt!
Fundraising Evenings: These evenings might include activities, crafts, games, stories and most importantly.... cake!
We do some fantastic crafts and activities including:
Whittled and hollowed elder to make telescopes and wands:
Dragon Making and Dragon Dancing:
Cooking and eating what we make - yum yum!:
Digging and planting:
Watching our chicks hatch and caring for them:
and many many more things too.........
Why not arrange a visit and come and explore for yourself!