We at the Tidy Team are working to make this happen by developing Environmental Education activities which brings the enviroment to life. Jon (our educational person) is organising and facilitate a programme of such activities to help learn us all a little bit more about the environment around us.
Our educational activities are all inclusive and we work with all ages, helping to develop an environmental consciousness that will shift our ecological outlook to create a brighter, cleaner and sustainable environment and future.
Activities for Young People
Click on the links below to download the activities instructions to build your own;
Bug Hotel Instructions
Bird Box Instructions
Herb Garden Instructions
Why not send us a picture of your completed projects? Email them to:
To find out about or access any of our great learning activities why not give Jon a call on: 07395 164737.
TT tells us that Winter is an important part of our climate system. Snow cover helps regulate the temperature of the Earth's surface, and once that snow melts, the water helps fill rivers and reservoirs in many regions of the world.
Did you Know?
Evergreen trees, such as many conifers, often have narrow, needle-like leaves and a thick waxy coating and these adaptations help them to conserve water during winter.
Deciduous trees, such as oak, ash and beech, shed their leaves in the autumn. On frosty winter days, the water in the soil is frozen, so it cannot be taken up by the roots; the air temperature may be quite warm if the sun is shining, so if leaves were still on the trees they would lose a lot of water and wilt.