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The final touches

We have made the final touches to the new composting toilets and additional doorway so they are now ready to use.  They have been finished with some beautiful stained glass in the doors by Vicky Boase of Taigh Solais (https://www.facebook.com/jane.bowes.56).  Come…
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The Oaks Secondary School @ Harehope Quarry

The Oaks Secondary School regularly uses the quarry for visits.  The site is used for a variety of outdoor learning activities from general environmental education and fieldwork to building confidence and self esteem.  One of the highlights of their visits is…
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Geography fieldwork

Students from Durham University’s Foundation Centre have been in this week undertaking fieldwork as part of their geography course.  They were conducting a river investigation into the changing characteristics of the river along the long profile and looking at the controls…
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First school visit

We’ve had our first school visit of the season today.  Years 4, 5 and 6 from Frosterley Primary School came to do a river study.  Everywhere was very wet and muddy but the river levels were low and the children made…
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Making the most of natural materials – training

Making the most of natural materials – sticks, leaves, mud and berries. This is a practical workshop for anyone working with children or young people.