Group visits to Roots to Branches Forest School 

Whether its regular visits or annual group trip we will provide you with a learner centred session led following the Forest School ethos.

Forest school uses the woods and natural environments as a means to build independence and self-esteem in children and adults. We can tailor the session to each group to meet the interests of the group. This may mean having a theme like the seasons for children, wellbeing for adults and children, or fun for all ages. We hope that you leave your visit with a lasting and emotive connection with nature..

Past sessions have included;

  • Dementia woodland wellbeing

  • Team building 

  • Hen do's

  • Spring/dinosaurs themed forest school for primary

  • Girl guiding/scout evening session

  • local youth clubs

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The Woods

4 acres of beautiful private woodland planted with mostly native species like Oak, Ash, Beech and more. We are lucky to have private use of the woodland and are working hard to make little improvements for the future. In Thistleton Village, PR4 3XA

The Meadow

1 acre of beautiful meadow planted with mostly native species of flower and tree. We are lucky to have private use of the Meadow and are working hard to make this site a community growing area in the future. In St Michaels-on-Wyre, PR3 0UH

What we offer:

  • Forest School leaders to help you explore

  • Pop up tarp covered space for small groups to use as a base for the day

  • Basic facilities – composting loo

  • Beautiful natural areas to explore


We start regular sessions at £150 per group and one off sessions from £15 per head. 

As forest school is a long term ethos we do offer discounts for those booking for long periods. please contact us for a quote.

How to book a group/school visit:

  • Open to booking all year round, please call or email Jenna on 07847313142 or email

  • You are welcome to come for a free pre-visit to plan your day and discover all that forest schools has to offer. .

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