Our pre-schoolers were back out at Low Barns Nature Reserve in April, enjoying a Muddy Wellies walk and some wildlife spotting.
So many of us found a new or deeper connection with nature, landscape and season during the last lockdown. As we enter another lockdown, take a walk with me around Low Barns Nature Reserve.
With autumn comes great contrast; dull grey days and mud are set off by rays of warm sunshine, crimson berries, colourful leaves and fungi, which come in a huge array of shapes, sizes, colours,…
Take a virtual tour of the wildlife around Barnard Castle.
The peace and quiet created by the reduction in traffic allows us to really savour nature’s spring chorus.
Low Barns nature reserve is just such a fantastic spot, whatever your cup of tea: be it a leg stretching walk, a laid-back stroll, a calming spell sitting in a hide with a flask and a camera or a…
December and January have been very busy and exciting months working with families, children and young people at Low Barns.