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Free Activity Sheets and Nature Trails

                         

We are delighted to be able to offer Activity Sheets and Nature Trails completely free to either download and print or use on your tablet or phone.  We are also pleased to include Trails from our friends at Pitzhanger Manor/Walpole Park and Hounslow - Boston Manor Park. 

 

There are lots of fun, family-friendly nature activities for children and young people aged up to 14 years old (and for grown-ups too!)


With our packs you can:Identify natural features and wildlife

  • Learn more about the nature in our parks 

  • Do some fun, physical activities 

  • Or just be still and enjoy the peace and beauty of nature 

 

When you’ve finished, let Ealing Parks Foundation know if you’ve enjoyed the trail and share any comments – we are on Facebook and Twitter @EalingParks.  Remember to tag your posts with #LoveEalingParks

This Activity Sheet follows on from the very successful free Forest School organised by Ealing Parks Foundation Summer 2022.

                                                                     

                                                                       

 

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two Nature Trails from our friends in the London Borough of Hounslow - Trail 2 has just been released in October 2023.

 

 

 

 

 

While you’re there you might also spot some of the art works up in the trees produced by local children with 

 www.apple-play.com/ a charity based in the park. See the map for location of the café, skateboard park and play areas.

 Southall Park has playgrounds, extensive outdoor gym in addition to some nature areas.

 Northala Fields also has a café and fishing lakes.

This nature trail was produced by www.pitzhanger.org.uk who have kindly allowed Ealing Parks Foundation to share it. 

  Walpole Park has a café, playground, public toilets (including disabled access) and a walled garden. 

This is a map of the five parks in Ealing that have improved toad habitats and installed nature trails to raise awareness about local toad populations. Particularly important as there has been a decline in the Common Toad of c.60% over the past thirty years.

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  


 

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