Young Ranger activities this spring are themed on 'Discovery'
This is the first phase of the excellent John Muir Trust Environmental Award (Discover - Explore - Conserve - Share). All activities are delivered in a covid-safe, outdoor environment in accordance with government guidelines.
Our Young Rangers programme gives young people (aged 12-16) new opprtunities for exploration, learning and adventure in the great outdoors. Led by qualified and experienced outdoor leaders and youth workers, Young Rangers offers a meaningful and fun activities in the special landscape of the Shropshire Hills.
Action - positive and fun work to help protect and conserve some of Shropshire’s most important wildlife, landscapes and habitats.
Skills - opportunities for outdoor learning and skills development, including countryside crafts, navigation training, bushcraft and wildlife surveying.
Leadership - finding a voice for, and promoting greater representation of young people in decisions which affect them and our local landscape.
Recognition - celebrating and receiving recognition through the John Muir Award, a well established environmental award.
Click here to YouTube to hear from the Clee Hill Young Rangers (pictured below)
Help us to plan a fun and rewarding activity programme by completing this short survey:
Stay connected with nature - join Shropshire Hills Young Rangers!
For more information please contact:
- Joe Penfold, Young Rangers Project Officer (for young ranger groups in the Pontesbury, Stiperstones, Bishops Castle and Clun area) firstname.lastname@example.org or
- Rich Morley, South Shropshire Youth Forum (for young ranger groups in the Craven Arms, Church Stretton and Clee Hill area) email@example.com
Young Rangers is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund and the following organisations