Woodland Project

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Woodland Project

Woodland Project

St. Aidans PTA By St. Aidans PTA

To develop an outdoor woodland play area for our children at their local school.

Ilford Idea stage

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1. To lay down membrane 2. Cover with Artifical Grass 3. Have a planting area and bug hotel 4. install climbing frame or swings

What we'll deliver:

  • Lay down Membrane
  • Lay down Artifical Grass
  • Add benches/picnic tables/plants

Why it's a great idea:

Our school children will benefit greatly from having a woodland area to play in. They can learn about the life cycle of plants and bugs. They could grown their own vegetables, have a salad box. The area is surrounded by beautiful trees, it just needs a stable surface area for the children to run around on. It would help children get intouch with nature. It could be a lovely place for them to relax in.

Steps to get it done:


In the spring and summertime this woodland area would be greatly used. It has alot of educational value for all the year groups. Children will be given a small area to look after which teaches responsiblity and repect for the environment.

Location Ilford

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