Fancy a free school trip to an outdoors education centre?
14 June 2012
Be Free Range are an organisation who want to reintroduce people to the wonders to be found in our bays, headlands, seas, rivers and lakes, fields and mountains. They are based out of Trehale farm in north west Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Trehale is 21 acres of beautiful farmland owned and managed by Adam Vincent and his family. The land is used to breed rare species of pigs and sheep using traditional techniques that ensure wildlife and agriculture coexist successfully.
Be Free Range are offering five schools (Key Stage 2 and above) the chance to attend one of their environmental education trips which combine adventure sports and outdoor education for FREE! This trip would take place in the late summer - autumn 2012.
To find out how your school can be in with a chance of getting one of these five places, visit the Be Free Range website.