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Outdoor Learning

What’s on offer?

Wiltshire Council’s Rights of Way & Countryside team offer outdoor learning talks and walks to groups and classes, such as bat walks and general nature walks in Wiltshire Council’s country parks, some of which have wheelchair access. We also host activities, such as practical conservation tasks or tree planting and offer indoor talks and demonstrations about nature conservation and the environment for both children and adults.  We have a range of resources to ensure your activity is both safe and enjoyable, including binoculars, bat detectors, identification cards, pond dipping nets, bowsaws, secateurs, loppers and health and safety equipment.

If you are interested in arranging a talk, walk or activity, please contact to discuss your requirements.  As a guide, charges would start at £40 for half a day and £70 for a full day.  Schools are welcome to use Wiltshire Council country parks for their own outdoor learning activities – you just need to let us know beforehand!

Our wildlife sites can be viewed here

Useful websites can be found on the Sustainability Links page.

Our Resources

For further details, you can find out the latest news on events by clicking here and scrolling down to the Countryside Events in Wiltshire pdf.