Bamboozle are bringing our Backyard to Nottinghamshire!
These outdoor immersive sessions are specifically designed for families with children who are on the autistic spectrum.
On a quiet community garden plot in Nottinghamshire, is an oasis of calm and creativity waiting to be explored and brought to life by Bamboozle artists.
Being in nature has been proven to be a great healer, and over the last year, many of us have discovered the green spaces on our doorsteps and how important they have been for our wellbeing.
During the wilding experience, you and your child will be encouraged to relax and recharge alongside Bamboozle artists who will skilfully provide a safe and engaging space to explore the natural elements within the site. Each experience will be organic in the way it develops – it will be age-appropriate, child-led, and responsive to how the young person chooses to engage with the environment. Invitations of creative activities and stimuli will be made by the Bamboozle team.
If you would like to join Bamboozle in their Backyard and sign up for these FREE Wildings sessions please fill in the booking form below. Let us know the dates you can attend, and if you would like to attend on your own (just your family) or if you would be comfortable attending with just one other family.
Please fill in the below booking form with your availability, you will then be contacted if we have any sessions available that match your availability. Places are not guaranteed by filling in this form, a member of our team will always confirm a slot with you via phone or email. Places are offered on a first come first serve basis but priority will be given to Nottinghamshire families.
Tuesday 12th & Wednesday 13th April 2022.
Sessions are at 10am, 12.30pm and 3.00pm.
Each session will be up to 1 hour and a half long.
Location – Windmill Community Gardens, Ascot Rd, Nottingham NG8 5HD
If you would like to find out more about these sessions or Bamboozle the organisation and its other opportunities please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please watch this video below for a visual walk to the Windmill Community Gardens and to see what to expect on the day:
This project is made possible with funding from Nottinghamshire County Council’s Local Improvement Scheme.