Perfect for those little explorers
TreeTots - a parent and toddler group in the woods!
Would your child like to play, explore and get muddy in our beautiful woods? Join us each week for child led woodland adventures and free play to spark imaginations, have fun and get closer to nature.
We will provide a safe, relaxed and inspirational setting for you to allow your child some completely unstructured play time and provide you an hour in your busy week to simply watch your child, follow their lead and enjoy the woodlands from a completely different perspective.
So whether you end up searching for acorns under the soggy leaves or making wellie prints in the mud, your child will lead the way.
- Hot drinks provided for children and adults.
- Bring a snack for your little ones.
- Wear suitable outdoor clothing to keep warm and dry.
- Babies welcome in slings and 'off road' pushchairs.
- Facilitated by our playworkers and forest school leaders.
Treetots must be booked and paid for in advance, directions will be sent with booking confirmation.
If you would like a taster session contact us.
5 years and under
Thursday 10:00am - 11:00am
Friday 9:30am - 10:30am
£32.00 for a block pass
Take a look at the dates below & book now. Alternatively call us for more information on 07775 941353
Thursday 11th June 2020
Thursday 23rd July 2020
Friday 12th June 2020
Friday 24th July 2020
Customer Testimonials for Treetots
I’ve really enjoyed coming along to Treetots where I’ve watched my son discover new skills through play and observation. It’s amazing to see how much he takes in week by week through the activities run by Louise and Clare in a fun and safe environment . Treetots gives children the freedom to expand their mind amongst nature.
It is absolutely because of Louise and the Woodland Play Centre that my own daughter now goes to Forest School, can walk for 3 hours on the Quantocks in the rain, and find frogs and toads in pools where no frogs are found, or monsters and dragons, in the trees. I will always be grateful to Louise for having inspired this in her – and she is still only 4!