We rocked up to the rest-bite unit and settled in for two days of willow weaving and general construction for a dome and tunnel – a living sculpture and play area combined. The willow will also provide product material, once established and a pruning regime is in place. This will be in the form of off-cuts to be used in further willow-making craft work projects for the young people benefiting from using the venue. We certainly hit the Year of Green Action headings of connect, protect and enhance, for the young folks, the staff, families and visitors alike. Have a look at the photos below, once established the area, around a 15ft diameter, will fill out for the young people to investigate, enjoy and chill-out. We supplied the four large logs for some seating, as a fire-pit is envisaged for the centre point. The tunnels and entrances are wide enough to accommodate wheel chairs, so a full circle of log seating would have been an unrealistic endeavour. The end result, as far as our initial input to the site has been met with a very, very great thumbs up n smiles all round from the staff at the venue and especially the young folks there.