Welcome to NatureStuff.co.uk
Environmental educators dedicated to promoting the understanding, enjoyment and awareness of nature through firsthand experience, crafts and games.
About Nature Stuff
At Nature Stuff, we are passionate about the natural world and also about providing opportunities for children and families to enjoy the outdoors together!
We run a range of value-for-money, nature-related activities and seasonally-themed events for children and their families during school holidays.
During term time, we run curriculum-linked sessions in Cheshire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire schools, providing hands-on experiences for children to learn from and about nature.
We also provide bespoke nature-related activities for children’s clubs and community groups.
Nature Stuff Events
Keep up to date with the latest Nature Stuff events and news via our Facebook Page
Nature Stuff have lots of Covid Safe fun events taking place this year!
Click on the links below to book your places.
18th May – Nature Stuff Birdwatching Basics – Spring Migrants
20th May – Nature Stuff Birdwatching Basics – Spring Migrants
25th May – Nature Stuff Birdwatching Basics – Tegg’s Nose Summer Birds
27th May – Nature Stuff Birdwatching Basics – Tegg’s Nose Summer Birds
8th June – Birdwatching – Understanding Birds with Nature Stuff (EveryTuesday until July 13th)
10th June – Birdwatching – Understanding Birds with Nature Stuff (Every Thursday until July 15th)
2nd July – A Nature Stuff Wild Time Workshop
9th July – A Nature Stuff Wild Time Workshop
Throughout the pandemic, our parks and open spaces have been busier than ever and we’re expecting even more people to visit in the coming weeks. Please enjoy your visit responsibly and keep yourself, loved ones and fellow visitors safe. #LoveYourPark https://t.co/fwRWLKFmdE https://t.co/vnxedLla59
Ranger Pete was pleased to spot these lovely orange tip butterflies, on a cool afternoon at Jacksons’ Brickworks LNR. They were seen resting on cuckoo flower, the foodplant for the butterfly. If you look carefully you will also spot the tiny orange eggs that the female has laid. https://t.co/1mv5QpzHyG
How's your #BigGardenBirdwatch going? Plenty of birds visiting the feeders in Leader Tina's garden despite high winds & the odd horizontal snow flurry! Remember our smallest garden birds need plenty of fuel to survive the wintry conditions. Stock up those feeders! @RSPB_Learning https://t.co/JYXUZ7rq7W
Leaders are so sorry not to be able to visit schools for the Big School Birdwatch this year. Luckily Leader Kat is doing her teacher training school experience at Havannah Primary in Congleton so at least one small group of lucky children got to take part👍🏻 #BigGardenBirdWatch https://t.co/ILoliYgwdK
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