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.

Our lovely Ascot team consists of Hannah and Tina. Hannah is the Little Muddy Boots founder, garden designer, forest school leader and mum of 3 lively children. Tina is our valuable Office Manager and a keen gardener, as well as being a Little Muddy Boots Group Leader.

Everyone got into the celebratory mood at our recent launch party where we invited local children and influencers to come and experience a morning in our newest Little Muddy Boots garden.

It was a big success with all the attendees. The children were kept busy planting the new raised garden beds with flowers for local pollinators, playing in the mud kitchen and going on a bug hunt. The morning ended in our favourite way, toasting marshmallows around the campfire.  

It was a fantastic way to open our new location. At the end of the session, all children received a goody bag to say thank you for coming to our latest opening.

They were also given their very own rose to take home, kindly gifted from local florist The Little Flower Pot, bringing lots of smiles to little faces.

Local “what’s on” guide Red Kite Days joined us and shared their thoughts on the morning:

The class was really relaxed and fun. We arrived to a plot of land surrounded by colourful bunting and with lots and lots things to explore. The children were encouraged to run around, water the plants, dig in the mud, and explore the nature garden at their own pace.” You can read their full review here.

It’s wonderful to see Little Muddy Boots expanding into new areas and giving more children the opportunity to learn all about nature in a safe and fun outdoor setting.

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