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On Tuesday 27th October, Ed Wade from Woodmill Game (Lindores) visited the nursery and was able to donate some new resources for the children to explore and create with.  Woodmill Game provided beautiful pheasant feathers, interesting antlers , some new pallets to be creative with and some wild venison pies.

Ed then read the children a book called ‘The Resident Pheasant’ by Genevieve Yusuf before taking part in a pumpkin carving session for the children with the pumpkins Woodmill donated.

Supporting local companies to recycle items such as crates and tyres also supports the nursery in its work towards its second Eco Schools green flag as well as general awareness of looking after the environment, a concept which Woodmill game also feel is important.

Ed said:

“Showing people what we do at Woodmill Game and why we do it is so important to us, no matter what age. And so sharing our passion for sustainable wild food with these little people and the greater community is certainly a step in the right direction.”

Woodmill Game sources and prepares top quality Wild Game to sell at markets, shows and online across Scotland and the UK. The team takes enormous pride in combining the traditions of game with exciting and innovative foodie ideas and are 100% committed to getting more and more people to discover and enjoy this amazing wild food.  Woodmill Game has just launched its Christmas range, which can be found at