News Room

Minibus Competition

Many congratulations to the Buchan Battalion Boys Brigade for winning the P&J minibus competition.   While we were dissapointed not to win we were humbled and delighted with the strong support we received from the community.  We collected over 1550 tokens which gave us 31 entries.  Our sincere thanks to everyone who went to the … Continued

Fundraise As You Shop

Wild things! have joined Easyfundraising to help raise funds for our Silver Saplings Appeal.  You can help by simply shopping through Easyfundraising

Feature in the Press and Journal

  We’ve had absolutely fantastic support from the local community in Findhorn with collecting tokens from the Press and Journal to enter into their competition to win a new minibus.  Each entry needs 50 tokens and so far we’ve managed to enter 7 times – that’s 350 tokens with hopefully more to come!   Now … Continued

Primal Kind Adventure

The awesome team at Primal Kind are fundraising for Wild things! With their trade mark level of ambition and originality, they have turbo-charged the Great Glen Way. This well known national trail running between Fort William and Inverness spans 116km and 3 lakes, including the infamous Loch Ness. Normally completed over 5 days, we are aiming … Continued

Christmas is Coming

Christmas is not far away, and while we love to shop locally we know that sometimes you just have to go online for that special present! If you are shopping online please support Wild things! by using Amazon Smile when you go online.  It won’t cost you anything extra and it will help us to … Continued

We Need a New Minibus

Our Silver Saplings project is sprouting and starting to grow! This programme improves health and wellbeing within our communities by connecting people with the natural environment and each other. We create opportunities for intergenerational engagement across our communities, engaging young and old alike through a wide variety of outdoor and environmental education activities. Next year … Continued

Silver Saplings Wild and Well Newsletter

Overview Wild Things!’ Silver Saplings programme improves health and wellbeing within our communities by connecting people with the natural environment and each other. We create opportunities for intergenerational engagement across our communities, engaging young and old alike through a wide variety of outdoor and environmental education activities. Silver Sapling Care Home Programmes We have worked … Continued

Silver Saplings Update

Silver Saplings Overview Getting out into green spaces can play a vital role in our health and wellbeing, whether that’s gardens, beaches, forests or parks. Our project connects people of all ages with the natural environment and each other, inspiring our participants to be as active as possible whilst learning new skills and making new … Continued

Silver Saplings: Wild and Well

Putting health & wellbeing and older people at the heart of what we do “It’s made me a lot happier. I suffer from depression a lot. And coming out with Wild things! gets me into nature, which I love. It gets me with other people, which I’m also very fond of and I just love … Continued

Wild Foods – Sustainability, Safety and Certainty

September is a wonderful time of year to get outdoors and do some foraging. As the deciduous leaves turn to bright yellows and reds, the fruits and berries of many trees and plants begin to ripen and mushrooms, long concealed beneath the earth, finally push up their fruiting bodies across the fields and forest floors … Continued

Hello from the new CEO

It’s been nearly two months since I started with Wild things! and what a wild ride it’s been! Returning to Scotland from the smoky suburbs of London couldn’t have been a greater or more delightful contrast. I have already seen dolphins leaping in the Moray Firth, seen the seemingly never-ending sunsets of the fine Moray … Continued

Meet Our New CEO

We are delighted to welcome our new CEO, Luke Strachan who has started at Wild things!  Luke has a life time of spending time outdoors, a passion for caring for the environment and the welfare of people. Through his work at Reach Volunteering in London he has gained a breadth of experience in the third … Continued