A FARM outside Oswestry is launching a new after-school club for junior and secondary school age pupils to help with creativity and self-esteem.

Treflach Farm, in Morda, is launching the new scheme for children aged between eight and 14, designed to help them connect with their creativity and build self-esteem through nature and play.

The first block of sessions starts on Monday, October 2, and runs, during term-time, until Christmas and Stefanie Steele, from Treflach Farm, said the programme will be designed to help children bloom.

She said: “We have worked with young people and school groups here at Treflach Farm for a few years now.


“We are so excited to offer this safe space to help children to develop key skills and have fun along the way.

“Wildernest is a part of our new well-being initiative.

“We are already offering yoga classes and workshops in our new studio space, so it feels great to be able to offer something for the kids too.”

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The program is run by a team of experienced youth workers and is packed full of activities to help support children’s mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.

There will be lots on offer from nature crafts and outdoor learning, through to mindfulness exercises, nutritious meals from the farm, art, movement and drama.

To find out more, visit Treflach Farm’s Facebook Page or contact Stef directly on stefanie@treflachfarm.co.uk