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? ? ? ? ? CRAFTY KIDS Create a pretty little nature star from leaves and twigs #pricklyhedge #craftykids

When you’re out and about in nature, make sure you always take a bag with you to collect leaves, twigs and pine cones, nuts that you can use to make lovely craft items like this gorgeous star from Mother Natured LEARN HOW HERE AT MOTHER NATURED


??????? NATURE KIDS What a great idea.  Go for a nice long walk and collect things on the way in a bag.  Come home and display them. #pricklyhedge #greenfingers #naturekids

Have you ever taken a nature walk with your children and then wondered what to do with all the STUFF you bring home?  Twigs, leaves, rocks, butterfly wings, and grass strewn about the house. I know I’ve personally had to threaten to throw out acorns if I stepped on any more!  The solution?  DO something with all those bits of nature from your walk!  I’m going to give you some great ideas for things to do with your pieces of nature, but first, here are some great ways to conduct a nature walk. READ MORE HERE


Hello and Welcome to Prickly Hedge.

The site is being updated at the moment, but hopefully, it will be fully functioning very soon.

Based in the West Midlands, UK, Prickly Hedge is the garden that me and my husband have owned since the 1990s. We are very fortunate to have birds of prey, owls, numerous garden birds, foxes and badgers visit us regularly and through that love of wildlife, Prickly Hedge was created.

With the current state of our planet, we need to look after our wildlife, get our children out into nature more and connect with the natural world more. Through the characters of Bubble and Squeek, they can engage with the stories and learn how to help the hedgehog’s friends to thrive.

Even small acts like planting herbs can really help wildlife and give the younger generation a greater sense of connection to the world at large.

We are looking forward to getting to know all of you over at our Facebook page Prickly Hedge where we often post night-time videos of our foxes and badgers.

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