The Prince of Wales encourages children to take a closer look at nature this Half Term with the #PoWNatureChallenge - Clarence House

The Prince of Wales is encouraging children to look closer at nature this February Half Term by setting a series of nature-based challenges, in conjunction with his charities and Patronages.

From 15th - 20th February, daily tasks will be set via the @Clarencehouse Instagram page and on this website. The aim is for each challenge to encourage children and their families to grab their wellies and engage with the Natural World, which is just on their doorsteps.

The Prince has teamed up with various nature-based charities of which he is involved, to create a series of nature challenges which will be accessible and achievable to all those wanting to take part, whether you live in a town or the countryside everyone can join in while taking their daily exercise. All challenges can be carried out locally and any travel should be on foot only.

Six of the prince's patronages are involved, Garden Organic, Elephant Family, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, The Wildlife Trusts and the Prince's Foundation.

HRH The Prince of Wales says:  It's so important to spend this time looking at how Nature works – it teaches us how we work too. It makes us realise that if we help Nature thrive by making sure the soil is healthy, that there are trees, that there is birdsong, we thrive too.

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Posted On: 15/02/2021

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