Winner of the 2017 National Bayer/FACE Biodiversity Award, High Crane Lodge Countryside Education (HCLCE) provides a unique learning experience for primary school children in an outdoor classroom setting covering objectives set out in the new National Curriculum. It is run by myself, Jane and my partner Peter at our 75 acre smallholding near Hamsterley in County Durham and started in 2012. We are passionate about the countryside and want to share this with the next generation. Our activities include Where does food come from?, a minibeast trail, tree identification, vegetable planting to name but a few. Do get in touch to chat about how we can help or to arrange a visit.
Award winning video: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=bayer+face+awards+2017+-+biodiversity+award