Your Kingswood Spring Watch guide
As advocates for learning in the great outdoors, spring is one of our favourite times of year at our centres. If you look closely, you can see little signs of spring popping up all over the place, which get us excited for our spring residential school trips.
Our favourite signs of spring at Kingswood
Our activity centres are brimming with wildlife and breathtaking natural habitats. Here are our favourite nature spots at our UK centres.
Grosvenor Hall is known for it’s hundreds of varieties of trees, thanks to the arborist who originally owned the house and we just love watching all those leaves turn green!
At West Runton we get down to the beach as soon as the weather gets warmer and look out for signs of sealife – wales, dolphins and porpoises have been spotted just off the coast
At Peak Venture, we know its springtime when our wild bluebells are in bloom! We also love watching the trees turn green, we've planted over 200 new trees in the past 4 years, all donated by the Woodland Trust.
The lake at Colomendy comes alive in spring with frogs and toads and a kingfisher visits to feed. We also have resident badgers on centre!