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Upcoming events with Sensory Nature Adventures and Play

Free Sensory Nature Adventures and Play celebration day!
June 2 Saturday 2018 10:30am until 3pm Upton Cross

Join us for the whole day or just part of it. There will be a range of nature activities for you to try at your own pace. Nature masks, sensory mapping, texture rubbing, painting with nature, bread making and lots more! All activities are fully inclusive and fun!

We will have vegan stew for lunch freely available or you are welcome to bring a picnic. 
The site is countryside so please wear good footwear and sensible clothing for the weather. Most paths are wheelchair accessible.

The site has a converted horse box accessible toilet and a stable houses a changing table and hoist. If you would like to know more specifics about the facilities, then please get in touch.

Booking essential - to book your free place or if you would like any more information then please email

This event is run in collaboration with I Love Nature at their site - get directions

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Families needed for Cornwall case study

As part of the next phase of SNAP we are looking for some families to take part in a case study. This would involve your family trialing some of our resources and making some visits to different places near to where you live. You would then feedback to us on your experiences. All resources and any entry fees will be covered by SNAP.

Email Lynsey to find out more

How to get involved

Register your interest in our free family activities in Devon and Cornwall

Nominate your local community centre or group to receive some free resources

Visit our resource library for activities to do at home

Take part in our short survey about how you and your family use outdoor spaces

If you would like to take part in any of our activities or want to find out more information about Sensory nature adventures and play please contact Lynsey on 01726 222900 alternatively you can email


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Useful information books we love, practical guidance and useful advice

Sensory Nature Hubs our work with Special Schools

Our experience in inclusive play

Sensory engagement - projects, ideas and examples of how to connect with nature through the senses

The benefits of contact with nature for everyone - why we do what we do!

Sensory learning and our environment article about how we learn through all our senses and implications for connecting with our environment

Meet our SNAP advisory group

We are collaborating with a panel of advisors from play specialists to evaluation experts.

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