Behind the Green Door at Keele

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Posted on 02 August 2013

The Big Lottery funded Green Door Project of Stoke-on-Trent City Council, which aims to increase the accessibility of green space, and the Keele University Sustainability Hub will be teaming up to put on a family nature day at Keele on Saturday, August 24, 2013, from 10 am until 4 pm.

The event, marking the end of summer and the beginning of the second phase of Green Door, has been planned with the over 50s in mind, with FREE activities for both adults and any accompanying grandchildren or children at the Sustainability Hub.

For the adults there will be traditional nature crafts, including willow weaving, obelisk making and flower arranging, as well as blue dying with leaves and feathers, historical walks around Keele campus and tours of the Keele Observatory and the hub (which is host to an array of information and activities on energy and the world we live in).

For the children a local ranger will be running bug hunts, whittling and carving sessions, woodland trails, and den building; activities suitable for a range of age groups.

For further information/ booking please contact:

Colette Smallwood | Hub Project Officer | Keele Sustainability Hub | Home Farm | Keele University | Keele | ST5 5AA Tel: 01782 733555