In this episode of Inside Out, brought to you by Countryside Mobility, we reflect on where our love for nature begins as we speak to an outdoor activity centre about their role in introducing youngsters to nature and an outdoors film maker with a passion for connecting children with the countryside.
The childhood theme continues as we visit National Trust Antony, recently used as a film location for Walt Disney's 'Alice in Wonderland' as they look to become more accessible and we introduce you to a competition inviting people to share what they love most about their garden.
Mill on the Brue Outdoor Activity Centre: https://www.millonthebrue.co.uk/
Save Outdoor Education: @saveoutdoored
Holly Brega (outdoor filmmaker): https://hollybrega.com/
Watch 'Explore the Woods' documentary: https://youtu.be/6YlVwObLYbQ
Through the Trees podcast: https://hollybrega.com/2021/01/17/through-the-trees-podcast/
National Trust Antony: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/antony
Hire an all terrain mobility scooter (Tramper): https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/antony/features/hire-a-mobility-scooter-to-see-more-of-antony
#ilovemygarden competition: https://wesellturf.com/ilovemygarden-competition/
The competition launches in June
We'd love to hear how you are connecting with the countryside and getting outdoors. Connect and share your experiences with us at:
Facebook: @Countryside Mobility