We are currently a group of 10 families who have a shared vision. Between us we have children of varying ages and whom have varying interests. We are currently looking for a few more families to join - if you are keen to find out more, and can offer enthusiasm, ideas and energy to the group, then please read on!
We all live within 45 minutes of the field - some v close and others further away.
We are keen to build a friendly, welcoming community based around commonly shared attitudes towards raising children (and ourselves!) in a multi-generational community. Please see more on the Aims and Philosophies page and on the Getting Involved page.
I, Sarah, am keen to be involved with this project as I feel it is important to build strong roots within our community locally, and leading by example so our children will naturally grow up with an awareness and an understanding of the benefits to all of naturally engaging with people of all ages and backgrounds. To do this we need a base, a place where we can all meet and be freely creative, knowing we are coming at it from the same angle, with the same outcomes in mind.
Currently, we are in the process of discussing the benefits of us becoming a Charity. This may benefit the group in order to be able to raise funds and apply for grants. We have opened a community group bank account. We are in the process of drawing up our constitution and other necessary paperwork in order for all the criteria for charitable status to be fulfilled easily and legally.
WHERE ARE WE?
Wild Meadows Hub
is located in this area, within easy access of Norwich and from the A47. It is also very close to the new NDR route which will enable people from over Taverham direction to easily reach the field in around 10-15 minutes by car.
We are also easily accessed by bus, with at least 2 routes stopping along the roadside of the field.
‘Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive’ Howard Thurman