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Green Academies Project at Morden Hall Park

Morden Hall Park is one of six National Trust places in England and Wales chosen to take part in the Green Academies Project (GAP) funded by Our Bright Future. The project offers young people the chance to gain practical conservation skills and experience in habitat conservation, food growing and horticulture in local green spaces alongside experienced rangers.

Aged 11-24? Get a taste for the outdoors with a GAP taster session.  Does your youth group or college want to improve local green spaces, learn new skills and get advice on how to use these skills to get further training, education and employment? We offer taster sessions for groups to book and can tailor them to suit your needs. Past groups include Orchard Hill College, The Princes Trust and Cricket Green School.

We suggest a donation of £10 per participant, which goes back to the project enabling us to provide more opportunities for young people.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Hattie Clayton
Telephone
E-mail
Hattie.Clayton@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website
website

Where to go

Name
Morden Hall Park

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