The time and season has come for us to migrate – metaphorically and literally.
Having grown outdoor nation over the past few years we’ve been really pleased to feature content from the amazing array of people who are campaigning, thinking and doing something about children’s opportunities to play outdoors and to be able enjoy everything that nature has to offer.
We’ve done so well and reached a new exciting point where we have achieved a critical mass of organisations and individuals who want to continue to work together under the spectacular umbrella of the Wild Network, all galvanised around the release of Project Wild Thing.
Project Wild Thing hits the cinema screens in a few days time (from October 25th). It’s a great life changing and world changing film and we would love for you to go and see it, shout about and tell everyone. Find a screening and book tickets via http://www.projectwildthing.com/film
To mark the release of the film and launch of the Wild Network, we’ve therefore hopped across to a new and more spacious burrow and taken all the great stories we’ve featured here over to http://www.projectwildthing.com under the ‘news’ banner.
http://www.projectwildthing.com is bigger and even better. We want you to see it as your wonderful new and more roomy abode in which we all get to share more and do more to connect children with nature, and give them the opportunities they need and want to play outdoors.
When we started http://www.outdoornation.org.uk we had an inkling that a new movement was ready to be born in the UK. We have now reached the moment when that movement is not just only hatched, but ready to fly.
So please join us and our new friends over at http://www.projectwildthing.com. We promise that this is going to be the most amazing force for a wilder childhood that you have ever seen! So get involved, and join our happy migration…
It’s been and will remain wild.
Alex Hunt, National Trust