Explore your senses with woodland activity workshops, sensory stories and sensory toy-making. The incredibly supportive staff from Woodlands Meed special needs school in Burgess Hill will be at this year’s Elderflowers Fields hosting small groups in relaxed, drop-in workshops.

Woodlands Meed provides a joyful and welcoming environment where pupils with special needs can learn, work, and create the best future. Each student receives individualised attention and instruction while participating in a welcoming, compassionate community. Staff are extraordinarily cheerful and supportive and skilled in a variety of fields. The multidisciplinary team includes specialists in speech therapy and language therapy, occupational therapy, special school nurses, and physiotherapy who inspires all students to reach their greatest potential. Find out more about Woodlands Meed here.



Saturday & Sunday

Sing & Sign, 10am – Noon

Sensory Toy Making, Noon – 2pm.

Sensory Story Telling & Sensory Chill Time, 2pm – 4pm

Who’s it for?

All the family.


Head to our Into the Trees area of the festival and join in.