young people | native woods | poetry | conservation | performance | Shropshire
‘In woods we forget things, at the wood edge we tell stories’ will provide opportunities for three different groups from the community in south Shropshire to spend time in native woodlands, learn real, useful conservation skills, respond to place through poetry, and perform their own new site-specific work.
If you’d like to know more about ‘In woods we forget things, at the wood edge we tell stories’ then please do use the form below to contact Jean Atkin.
A stream of excited children and smiley adults poured into Ludlow Assembly Rooms yesterday evening for the Grand Finale of In woods we forget things, at the wood edge we tell stories. There were cakes (made in Ludlow) which I did lay on in vast quantities, also tea, coffee and juice – and once everyone had been…