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    Perrin Fox

    Love Nature? If your answer to that question is yes check out this LINK

    We believe passionately that a relationship with nature is crucial for our health, happiness and well-being, and that people are more likely to care for the natural world if they spend time enjoying it.

    At I Love Nature we provide a variety of activities and experiences that help people build long-term relationships with the natural world. These can be play-based, like family fun days, community projects, celebrations and school activities, or research and consultancy. We also provide both onsite and offsite training for professionals who work with children (see ‘Training, Research and Consultancy’ section), and welcome invitations for collaborative partnerships in social and/or environmental projects.

    As a registered Community Interest Company (CIC No: 10598376), our profits are used to support our social and environmental aims. This means that surplus income is ploughed back into the company and is used to support activities and projects that provide a range of nature-based opportunities for marginalised groups of people. See our projects pages, or please do get in touch if you would like to know more.

    And if you’d like to know what the offer to schools can help with, check out this LINK

    I Love Nature provides intensive training for school practitioners in playwork praxis with a particular focus on adventurous, nature‐based outdoor play. Aimed primarily at lunch time support staff (although all staff could benefit), the ‘Play in Schools’ programme is practical, thought‐provoking and highly interactive.

    Read more about Play in Schools by following this link to the brochure. Narrative Journey is a way of working with children and young people using story as a cue to their exploration that we really love and encourage. This article will inspire you we feel sure!

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