Adventurers battle with the elements to enjoy Project Wild Thing to mark National Children’s Day

Today, The Wild Network supported extreme film screenings of its feature length documentary ‘Project Wild Thing’ in three of the UK’s wildest landscapes to encourage families to take their screens outdoors to help reconnect a generation of kids with nature.

Watching Project Wild Thing from Britain's highest peak - Ben Nevis to mark National Children's Day. Credit Tom Seaward

Watching Project Wild Thing from Britain’s highest peak – Ben Nevis to mark National Children’s Day

The screenings mark National Children’s Day (NCD) UK, a nationwide celebration of the rights of the child. Organised by the Save Childhood Movement, this year National Children’s Day was devoted to reconnecting children with nature.

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Three mountains, two days, one film – go ‘wild’ to enjoy Project Wild Thing

Screenings of documentary film at highest peaks in the UK to mark National Children’s Day UK

This weekend, The Wild Network is supporting extreme film screenings of its feature length documentary ‘Project Wild Thing’ in three of the UK’s wildest landscapes to encourage families to take their screens outdoors to help reconnect a generation of kids with nature. Continue reading

Meet ‘Inside the National Trust’s’ Ian Griffiths

Viewers of yesterday’s episode of Inside the National Trust were introduced to Upland Ranger, Ian Griffiths. Ian told us about his role in the Lake District and his experience working with the film crew.

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Lake District footpath fund launched

£300,000 is needed to save paths in the Lake District after years of traditional Lakes weather and high footfall take its toll.

Two thousand metres (1.25 miles) of routes on National Trust land, including one to England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike, need replacing in the next two years at a cost of £160 per metre or £250,000 per mile.

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