Organised by Mell, we had a ceremony to bless our workspace and our birth of Kinda Forest School. The Sharman was Rachelle Wolf, came with her stick, needed as she had a foot formation which unbalanced her since a child - 'It has never caused me any pain and I will not die from it',… Continue reading KFS Ceremony
Preparation – bunting, sinks, sweet chestnut and seating
The bunting Queen, Mischa, knitted and wove and cut and punched the bunting in the warm cabin. A found sink (useful) rose from the earth, Eloise and Paul working together to Eloise's design, which included a curved back. 'I've got just the wood for that curve - two pieces of sweet chestnut I've been wondering… Continue reading Preparation – bunting, sinks, sweet chestnut and seating
The pink parachute and paths to it, where confirmed, made higher and made safe today by a visit to the wood by Will Poyntz. Meanwhile wood is split, dens are made, deconstructed and constructed again.
Kym and her husband have been checking out the wood gathering trip hazards. Here is what I found they had found when I got to the wood that evening Finally moved the giant tree root to where it will reside, overlooking the southern view across to Wenhaston.
The Journey Begins
Kindness - the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate - is at the heart of Missing Kind, our parent organisation which is a network of like minded projects and from which we have sprung. Kinda Forest School is a Forest School centred around the principles of kindness and permaculture within the forest school context… Continue reading The Journey Begins