Newest Little Muddy Boots opens in Exeter

We’re very excited to have a lovely new Little Muddy Boots garden opening in the beautiful location of Ottery St Mary near Exeter. Little Muddy Boots Exeter is run by Sophie who is a primary school teacher with two small children of her own. Sophie loves nothing more than to be outside surrounding them in […]

Little Muddy Boots opens in Ascot

We’re so excited to have recently added a new Little Muddy Boots garden to our growing list of locations. Our new garden, set to open on the 19th May, is based in the beautiful grounds of St George’s School in Ascot. Classes will be running on Wednesday and Friday morning, and booking is now open. […]

Little Muddy Boots Opens at Hogshaw Farm

We’re very excited to have a lovely new Little Muddy Boots garden. Introducing Sally, the new Franchise Owner of Buckingham and Milton Keynes. A passionate ex-teacher and forest school leader who loves nothing more than teaching children about nature. Her new classes are now open for booking set in the orchard Hogshaw Farm, nestled in […]

Little Muddy Boots Bracknell is Moving to Fernygrove

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In July we received some very sad news. Jealotts Hill Community Landshare, that has been the home of Little Muddy Boots Bracknell since the very beginning, and the place where our small business grew and flourished and enabled us to connect with so many wonderful members of the community, is closing. Despite multiple discussions/ meetings […]

Celebrate A Birthday In Nature With Us

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By Gerda, Cheltenham Franchise Owner Recently here at Little Muddy Boots Cheltenham, we had a wonderful day celebrating the birthday of one of our special Little Muddy Booters. It’s such a pleasure to teach children day-to-day all about the wonders that nature has to offer but it feels like a real privilege when a child […]

Creating a Sensory Garden at Cranbourne Primary School

Now that the excitement of the Royal Windsor Flower Show has settled down a little, Little Muddy Boots have been delivering prizes to the winners and returning the amazing wheelbarrows to the schools that created them. As part of this project we have also been creating a sensory garden at Cranbourne Primary School. This year, […]

Picnic Ideas for Families for National Picnic Month

Did you know July is National Picnic Month? At Little Muddy Boots, we love to be outside which also means we love a picnic. Picnic month is exceptionally easy to celebrate! You just have to get outside into the world and enjoy all the wonderful sights and smells it has to offer. Get your family […]

Little Muddy Boots at the Royal Windsor Flower Show 2023

For the second year running, Little Muddy Boots has been delighted to work with the Royal Windsor Flower Show. Taking part in an incredible event, celebrating beautiful gardens, sustainability and the wonderful local community. The Royal Windsor Rose Horticultural Society Schools’ Competition As part of this collaboration, once again, Little Muddy Boots were honoured to […]

The Lexicon Bee Aware Collaboration

This May half-term we were very excited to be invited to collaborate with The Lexicon in Bracknell for part of their Bee Aware campaign. Fascinating fact, did you know that the top of Princess Square in the Lexicon has several bee hives on it? We were very impressed with this fact! Bees are a very […]

How to Create a No-Dig Garden

by Abi, Isle of Wight Franchise Owner Traditionally, garden beds have been dug. The process involves digging down two spade depths and turning the soil over. However, a new way of gardening is gaining popularity – no-dig. Although we say new, technically no-dig gardening has been around for a very long time. In more recent […]