Little Muddy Boots Windsor Launch Party

Little Muddy Boots Windsor officially opened the Windsor garden with a fun-filled launch party on 5th March 2022. 

Where is Little Muddy Boots Windsor?

St John's Beaumont Old Windsor

Little Muddy Boots Windsor is based in the Boarder’s Garden of St John’s Beaumont Preparatory School in Old Windsor. The site has a brand new mud kitchen, fire pit, canopy and there is even a chicken coup too! Children attending the classes can not only play and learn in our garden but can also explore parts of the school grounds including the woods, playgrounds and pond.

What happened at the Launch Party?

The families explored our garden, played in the mud kitchen, created some beautiful flower crowns, made bubble wands, planted flowers to take home, made friends with the chickens and explored the surrounding grounds too. We finished off around our log circle with a camp fire to toast some marshmallows. And of course everyone went home with a party bag! The children had a wonderful time and it was fantastic to see everyone enjoying our new site.

How can I attend the classes?

We are running PAYG classes throughout March and April. After Easter, we will be releasing termly block bookings. Please book your classes here.

Follow Little Muddy Boots

Little Muddy Boots Windsor now joins sister sites Little Muddy Boots Woodley and Little Muddy Boots Bracknell in offering garden and nature classes for 1-6 year olds. There are future Little Muddy Boots Franchise opportunities available across the UK, so if you are interested do feel free to send us an email to find out more.

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