Our use of cookies We use necessary cookies to make our site work. Necessary cookies enable core functionality such as security, network management, website analytics and accessibility. You may disable these by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how the website functions. The cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone. For more information on how these cookies work, please see our privacy policy.

To agree to our use of cookies, click the 'Accept' button.


Our Ranger Service aims to provide a safe, educational and enjoyable countryside experience for all visitors to our Country Parks, Picnic Areas and Greenways, especially school groups. 

The activities are available at Cannock Chase Country Park Children at Countryside Activity

Activities include:

  • Education programmes for Foundation stage up to Key Stage 2.

  • Higher Education visits. Information on request.

  • Hands on experiences and learning in an outdoor setting.

  • Full use of equipment and facilities during your visit.

  • Planned and risk assessed Ranger led sessions.

Stick Figure



Please visit the Educational Activities page for further information 

At Cannock Chase Country Park, we also have a dedicated educational building and nature/activity area for pre booked visits: the John O'Leary Educational Centre where sessions are held. 

There are no results that match your search criteria

Latest environment news

Drop-in sessions planned for Walleys Quarry residents

Two public face-to-face sessions are to be held in October at Bradwell Lodge Community Centre in Newcastle so people affected by Walleys Quarry can ask questions direct.
24 September 2021

Think Before You Park When Doing the School Run

Parents and carers are being encouraged to think before they park now that pupils have returned to the classroom.
14 September 2021

Partnership with county charity to benefit from recycled household goods set to continue

A partnership with a Staffordshire charity to donate recycled goods from the county council's household waste recycling centres is set to continue until 2023.
10 September 2021

County Council Shares its Movements Towards a Net Zero Future

Staffordshire County Council has reduced its carbon emissions by a quarter in the first year after declaring a climate change emergency.
02 September 2021

Visit the Staffordshire Newsroom

Contacting the chat service.

Please wait...
Chat with us
digital assistant
Enter your question below