The Singleton Environment Centre hosts a weekly parent and toddler group which involves a short walk, outdoor activities, crafts and tea and coffee.
Mali Kedward, Youth and Education Officer for the Kent Heritage Trees Project said ‘We have seen this group grow and grow over recent months and now it has over 30 regular parents and toddlers attending. It’s wonderful seeing children and their parents outdoors learning about nature, and having so much fun too.'
The aim of the group is to encourage parents and their little ones to get outdoors to discover the natural world in a friendly and fun environment, no matter what the weather. It’s a relaxed environment where parents and their children can socialise and make new friends.
Activities include nature trails, clay modelling, bug hunts, painting, storytelling and lots more!
A regular parent to the group said ‘All the activities are great fun, well organised and the children love the outdoors!’