Activity Trail and Quiz

In 2019, we produced an activity trail and quiz for children that takes you on a journey around the garden (with an accompanied adult). This is completely free to download and use. If you have used it, we would be delighted to hear any feedback and suggestions!


Click here for the quiz and here for the answers.


Garden Recipes

Pumpkin Soup



You can read about Badger and friends who don't like all of the rubbish they find in the woods!

Click here


Activity Sheets

We created a set of activity sheets in 2018 with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund which you can download below.


Some include a useful list of general resources and specific records of creatures found in the Bohemia Walled Garden and Summerfields Wood in Hastings, East Sussex.

They are based on activities we did locally, but can be adapted for use in other open spaces.

Bees & Butterflies


An art activity to learn about these wonderful creatures.





An art activity to aid learning about mysterious moths.





See an example of a tree identification quiz and trail that can be adapted to other woods. Also instructions on how to measure and age trees.


Wild Flowers



Walk through a wood or other open space and see how many flowers you can identify with an art activity to aid learning.


Worms and Bugs


Learn all about worms and how to build your own wormery. Find out how important they are to gardeners


 All of the activity sheets and resources are available in one file by clicking here.


Local Organisations offering Nature Events, Activities or Camping

During the Heritage Project our research identified some local groups and businesses.

The details below are correct as at the end of 2018.


Project Rewild






"Play Free & Be Wild"

• Pre-school groups
• After school clubs
• Home education groups
• Birthday parties
• School holiday events


RSPCA Mallydams Wood






"Wild Things Project"

Mallydams Wood is a well established wildlife rehabilitation centre, education centre and woodland nature reserve in the South East of England, covering Kent, Sussex and Hampshire.


Rye Nature Reserve



You can enjoy our amazing wildlife all day and every day along many miles of path with five birdwatching hides accessible to wheelchairs and mobility scooters.


Sussex Wildlife Trust



A programme of events during the year including Clubs, Nature Watch and Wild Woodland Club.


Education Futures Trust, Hastings




Education Futures Trust provides high quality and innovative support and learning tailored to the needs of children, families and vulnerable adults in Hastings and the surrounding area.


Swallowtail Hill Farm, Hobbs Lane,

Beckley, TN31 6TT


Nature activities and camping.




Freshwinds,Pickham Farm
Watermill Lane, Pett, TN35 4HX



Nature activities and camping.


Wild Woodland Club with Sussex

Wildlife Trust.