Connecting people to nature, improving lives, opportunities & aspirations


Get in Touch

Feel free to contact Wild Elements with any bookings, questions, projects, collaborative partnerships or feedback about any of our services via:

Rivendell Building, Bangor University Treborth Botanic Garden, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2RQ

07799 566533


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Our Mission and Aims

Outdoor Education

Wild Elements Aims

  • Deliver outdoor experiences and education for all ages to build more resilient and informed communities with increased social value
  • Provide outdoor and environmental education for schools and communities
  • Promote nature to enrich human life, facilitate personal development, improve well-being, increase skills, aspirations and opportunities, and help people into work
  • Widen Wild Elements’s reach across north Wales

About Wild Elements

Unique Selling Points (USPs) Wild Elements:

  1. Offers many bespoke services, which are flexible, fun, educational and designed to meet needs of individuals, groups and communities
  2. Delivers activities at several locations with different habitat
  3. Can help and support you to develop your own outdoor space
  4. Believes working in partnership produces more effective outcomes
  5. Delivers through a Forest School ethos approach, allowing individuals to increase confidence and build self-esteem

Our Ethos

Complement, not compete, partnership working and the Forest School ethos of self-driven learning, personal decision-making, empowerment, creativity and imagination underpin all our endeavours.

Our Governance & Team

6 Directors oversee the organisation and our highly qualified and experienced team of staff, subcontractors and volunteers. Meet the Team

Our Work

We possess a successful track record of delivering outdoor education, employability projects, and helping people into employment, education, and volunteering through increasing their skills, qualifications, prospects and confidence. We provide:

  • Accredited environment, horticulture, ecology, budgeting, teamworking, confidence, and communication training courses for adults and young people
  • Curriculum-related STEM education programmes (environmental science, nature, physics, chemistry), which provide specialist additions to classroom subjects and embed cross-cutting curricular themes – literacy, numeracy and IT

We also offer:

  • Activities including, Gardening and Job Club, forest and beach schools, bushcraft events, outdoor play-schemes, woodland birthday parties and children’s clubs
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Qualified, knowledgeable, competent staff experienced in working with children and adults
  • Nature and outdoor-related activities at community events, fun/open days etc.
  • Community environmental, employability and outreach projects