Music and Film
Windermere Reflections was an environmental project aimed at improving the health of Windermere and wider catchment area. Playful Nature helped with the creative awareness raising aspects.
Click Here to see Amy as Mother Nature in a ‘Recipe for a healthy Lake’, a short play to engage people in the street (YouTube)
Wrote and starred in the video for ‘The Windermere song’, dressed as the lake itself! See it here (YouTube)
John Muir Award in National Parks: Film featuring Playful Nature
Explore the Woods: A short film about the importance of getting children outside, featuring footage of Playful Nature sessions
Organisations & fellow practitioners
Cumbria Development Education Centre
Offering support and training in Global Citizenship to schools and organisations
The John Muir Award
Award scheme to help people connect with, enjoy and care for wild places
Brockhole on Windermere
Lake District National Park Visitor Centre. Playful Nature schools sessions offered onsite.
Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Protecting wildlife and wild places for the future. Engaging children through Wildlife Watch groups
Kirsten Taylor set up Song Birds to give people the opportunity to come together through singing in an environment that is both relaxed and energising.
UK’s leading environmental action club for children and families