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IOL Midlands

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Outdoor Learning in the Midlands

The Midlands Region encompasses a hugely varied landscape of both terrain and provision. Not just rivers and lakes, woodlands and moors the Midland's diversity extends from the canals and industrial urban landscapes to wilds of the Marches and the beauty of the Cotswolds. The breadth and expanse of the region means practitioners have a vast array of opportunities to deliver outdoor learning across the whole of the spectrum reaching into the dense conurbations and out to the rural idyls. No longer constrained by traditional roles the region spearheads co-operative and cross-field working between the network of practitioner and providers.

The voluntary committee represents IOL in your region, get in touch with us. We wish to represent your views.

Midlands Regional Events

Midlands Regional News

Changes in IOL Trustee Board

Changes in IOL Trustee Board

The Trustee Board of IOL plays a vital role in governance and strategy steering and holding accountable the Institute’s executive.  As with all well managed boards there is a healthy turnover of trustees and offices within it.

Grendon Hall to close

Grendon Hall to close

Grendon Hall: Northamptonshire County Council to close historic building. The historic hall-cum-activity centre will close because a council "cannot afford" to subsidise its running costs. The County Council said it will close Grendon Hall with "much regret" amid budget cuts.`

It comes after Wellingborough Borough Council leader Martin Griffiths started an online petition against development of the site which has 1,905 signatures.

Interactive mapping at your fingertips

Interactive mapping at your fingertips

The MAGIC website provides authoritative geographic information about the natural environment from across government. The information covers rural, urban, coastal and marine environments across Great Britain.

Funding boost for outdoor play in Leicestershire

Funding boost for outdoor play in Leicestershire

A funding boost of £50,000 from the People's Postocde Lottery means that children across Leicester will be able to continue enjoying the great outdoors with the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust.

Midlands Committee

Chair - Stuart Meese - Email Stuart

Vice Chair - Glen Probert

Committee: Dave Watson

 

 

Go to the Midlands Facebook page for pictures, videos, reports and updates.

 

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