Our Mission To create a family-centred community space in a natural environment to foster a connection with nature, improve wellbeing and share skills and knowledge.
To achieve our mission, we will focus on the following key areas:
Welcome to The Hive! 🐝
My name is Steph, I come from Bury St Edmunds in West Suffolk. I am a home-educating mum to our eight-year-old daughter, Amelia. I am a Forest School Leader, a music teacher, and the facilitator of various community groups. I am really proud to be sharing my vision for this exciting community project with you! This project will bring together the key elements of the other organisations I run, which are families and communities, nature, wellbeing and education. As we get this project off the ground, I will be using the website and facebook page to gather support, both financially, and physically. Please keep reading to find out more about my vision.
We have recently taken on the lease of some land in Bradfield St George, just six miles South-East of Bury St Edmunds. The site has been used previously by horticultural businesses, and is already kitted out for us to grow plants, host outdoor education and wellbeing sessions, and encourage biodiversity by planting wildflowers and trees. Once the lockdown is over, we will reschedule our grand opening event and share the space with our community.