Archive of: Nature Tots
28 August 2017
Nature Tots is back for the autumn
11 June 2017
Tuesday morning sessions with exciting seasonal activities; from bug hunting to den building, exploring the woodland for signs of summer and toasting snacks around the campfire
02 May 2017
If you enjoy working with children aged 3-5 and have an interest in wildlife, why not come along and help us run our Nature Tots sessions.
09 February 2017
Due to popular demand, Sussex Wildlife Trust is expanding its programme of monthly weekend groups for families to enjoy outdoor fun, explore and connect with the natural world across the county this spring.
19 January 2017
Sue Curnock is looking forward to welcoming a new crop of Nature Tots for outdoor family fun and games in the woods this spring.
21 December 2016
Get crafty and create natural Christmas decorations with Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Nature Tots video guide
20 December 2016
Thanks to a joint venture between BEAR Nibbles and The Wildlife Trusts, Nature Tots across Sussex have enjoyed tucking into a delicious fruity snack and making trails of snowy paw prints.
06 December 2016
The Wildlife Trusts are delighted to be John Lewis’s Christmas campaign charity partner.
08 November 2016
Thanks to a £3,000 donation from the Southern Co-operative’s ‘Love Your Neighbourhood’ campaign, we have been able to develop our work with children and young people.
22 August 2016
Sussex Wildlife Trust Nature Tots are back for more muddy woodland fun and games in Henfield, Brighton, Horsham, Crawley, Eastbourne and on the beach in Rye bay this September. Bushcraft activities for children aged 3-5 years, accompanied by an adult.
06 December 2015
Find out what the Nature Tots have been up to this year in their end of season report 2015
03 November 2015
Sima Kotecha from BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, spent the morning with 12 Nature Tots aged 3-4 years and their parents. Concerned about children’s growing disconnection from the natural world, Sima was interested visit the Sussex Wildlife Trust to find out the difference between playing in the woods and going to a park or your own back garden.