We have led many school visits throughout the year - looking at
local geography and history to minibeast hunting and nature walks.
We led a number of visits from community groups such as social
clubs and special interest groups, and also many youth groups
including Cub, Scout, and Brownie packs. Ham Hill has been awarded
with a Quality Badge, which shows that as an outdoor education
provider it meets national standards for health and safety and
quality of teaching.
As part of a three year Heritage Lottery Funded (HLF) Project
that began in 2007 and finished at the end of 2009, we launched a
comprehensive Ham Hill Education Pack in October
last year, suitable for teachers and group leaders that work with
children of all ages.
As part of the HLF project there are now two audio trails for
Ham Hill that tell you all about the wildlife, history, geology and
rangers at various stops around the Country Park. To download these
two exciting trails and map for free, visit the Ham Hill
website and go to 'Accessibility'.
We now have a 'Tramper', which allows people with limited
mobility to explore nearly the Country Park (it's free!). To find
out more visit the Ham Hill website