Carymoor Environmental Trust

Further Information on SS&L events


Thank you for booking a course with us through Somerset Skills and Learning.  


We would like you to get the most from your time with us, so we have produced this web page with additional information for you to read in advance of your course.


Please watch our welcome video which explains a bit about Carymoor, our expectations for our learners, and how to navigate your arrival on site.



If you are interested in attending other courses with us please see our forthcoming events page or follow us on Social Media:





If you are interested in attending courses with other providers then please visit the Somerset Skills and Learning website.


If you would like to take your learning further these organsiations may be of interest to you.


For outdoor learning:

Local Forest schools with parent and toddler sessions:

Holly and Hawthorn Forest School, Windsor Hill woods, Shepton Mallet

Kaye Watts

Little Seedlings Outdoor Parent & Toddler Group. Friday mornings (term time) 10am -11.30am see website and facebook page for further details and how to book.

Wilder Woods Forest School, Hallr Wood, Charlton Mackrell

Deb Millar

Wilder Woods » Hallr Wood

Monthly outdoor ‘Wilder Play’ sessions for families with children of all ages, see website for further details and to book.

Wilder Woods Forest School, Drayton, near Langport

Hannah Aitken

Wilder Woods » Drayton Woods

Drayton Woods - Home | Facebook

Friday morning ‘Wilder play’ sessions for families with children aged 4 and under. See facebook page for further details and to book

Pachamama’s Forest School, Ash Millennium Woods

Pachamama’s Forest School - Home | Facebook

Fresh Air Friday Parent and child group

10.30am-12pm for 1-2.5 yr olds & 12.30-2pm for 2.5-4 year olds

See facebook page for further details and how to book.


Family Wildlife Clubs:

Somerset Wildlife Trust run wonderful Wildlife Watch Clubs throughout Somerset for families to make friends and have lots of fun taking part in practical nature activities  - from pond dipping to wildlife safaris. There’s more info here: Watch clubs | Somerset Wildlife Trust



For rural skills:




We're always on the look out for people with time to spare!

Whether that's the odd hour, a regular day or even a longer work experience placement, your time is very valuable to us. Our growing team of volunteers makes a vital contribution both at the centre and at events across the county.

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