Magpie @ Serge Chabert Photography

We offer a range of exciting outdoor opportunities at Belville for all ages and abilities.
On Monday afternoon, we run a drop in Garden Club which is open to all and requires no previous gardening experience. This is the most common way for new volunteers to join us.

Our monthly Photography Health Walk provides a relaxed environment for budding photographers eager to capture some of the area’s beautiful sights. The walk is led by trained health walk leaders and moves at a leisurely pace suitable for all abilities.

Throughout the year, we run outdoor play and learning sessions through our Will ‘o’ the Wild and Urban Rangers projects which sport a variety of engaging activities such as bug hunting, environmental arts and crafts, outdoor cooking, foraging and outdoor games.

Periodically we run Learn to Ride Sessions where children can learn cycling while playing games.

We also have a varied seasonal calendar with events such as our Pumpkin Patch at Hallowe’en having been a great success in previous years.

Please be aware that some activities require booking in advance and schedules are subject to change; so keep an eye on our Facebook page for up-to-date information on our upcoming events.


Indoor activities @ Serge Chabert Photography

As well as outdoor activities, we have a variety of indoor activities available at different times. These activities vary depending on our funding and the need of our community.

They range from knitting and crafting to tabletop gardening to English lessons to LGBT+ events and much more.

For the most up-to-date information on our activities, have a look at our Facebook page or call the office and we will be happy to help you.

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