Local Community Groups 

From Scout and Guide groups, youth groups (such as the National Citizen Service) to children working their way through the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, we offer volunteering and learning opportunities, as well as fun sleep-overs!

We also work with special needs schools and groups to help children and young adults develop key life skills.

We offer a range of on-site sessions for community groups, which can be tailored to suit the needs and interests of your group.

Please get in touch with the learning team to discuss the types of activities that would engage your group members.

 

Themes and ideas for your visit:

  • Wildlife rescue workshop
  • Nocturnal animals
  • Nature walk: Seasons
  • Nature walk: Animal signs
  • Art in nature
  • Hedgehog house building
  • Environmental issues (e.g. reuse, recycle, reduce)

 

Scouts and Girl Guiding Groups

The learning team will work with you to create a fun and inspiring visit to Secret World perfect for your group.

Get in touch to discuss how we can help you to achieve the following activity badges:

  • Animal carer
  • Environmental carer
  • Naturalist

Looking for an alternative camp night? Talk to us about a sleep-over at Secret World where campers can go on an owl prowl or bat hunt.

 

Adventure Sports and Accommodation

Why not extend your Secret World session by visiting our local partners Wall Eden Farm.  Wall Eden offer adventure sports such as archery, axe throwing and kayaking, as well as having log cabin accommodation on site.  For more information visit their website.