Discover the world around us!
What is Wolves in the Woods?
75 minute Pay As You Feel outdoor play sessions for little ones to enjoy, explore and learn about the world around them with:
Activities are aimed at under 7s, taking inspiration from outdoor settings and most importantly, are fun! Younger babies are welcomed too with sensory baskets available.
Your little one will have chance to play independently, imaginatively and follow their curiosity in a safe haven of the gated woodland area in Boundary Way Community Garden in Warstones and Gatis Community Space in Whitmore Reans.
Booking is essential as there are limited spaces - you can book up to one month in advance.
Sessions are Pay As You Feel by being funded by the Severn Trent Community Fund at Boundary Way and Ray Williams Foundation and Wolves Play Cafe at Gatis.
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Capacity and environment
There are limited spaces so booking is essential - choose your Wolves in the Woods session and book above. We cannot guarantee a space if you haven't reserved in advance.
These sessions take place in Gatis Community Space's woodland areas with natural areas and uneven ground. Risk Assessments are in place and responsibility of little ones lies with their caregivers at all times.
We advise you to bring and wear clothes suitable for outdoors - including the unpredictable British weather! There are limited shelters for rainy weather and will only cancel playing if it is unsafe.
Structure of sessions
Wolves in the Woods sessions begin with a short time gathered together, singing, reciting rhymes and listening to a story to lightly link to today's theme. We gather together again to close the session with a song and say goodbye.
In between there are activities and natural areas to explore, discover, allowing hands-on learning in a natural environment which is gated off, safe and a haven within the city.
How do I get there?
Gatis Community Space, Whitmore Reans, WV6 0ET
The Community Garden in Boundary Way Allotments, Warstones