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We are currently working on a new book about a butterfly and a moth that go on adventures in the National Forest. We need your help to make this book a reality!


We have launched a fundraising campaign to raise awareness of our plans and gather the vital funds needed to bring this book to young readers aged 8-10. Our new book will be launched at our partners' Timber Festival 2023 - offering an exciting opportunity to engage new readers with our work.


You can find more information about the Butterfly and Moth book here. Scroll down to find out why you should sponsor our work.

We are looking for sponsorship at the following rates:


  • £200.00: Sponsor this book. Your logo will be printed on 500 copies of the first run of the book, and books will be reprinted on demand.

  • £800.00: Sponsor the book launch at Timber Festival. Your logo will be printed on 500 copies of the first run of the book, and books will be reprinted on demand. Your support will be acknowledged in Honey Craft published marketing materials and on website.

  • Business Sponsorship: £100.00 - your business name will be mentioned in the book.

  • Other: Make your own offer to us!









Why support this work?

The project will build a stronger awareness and connection to the surrounding environment and place. The act of taking time out in nature is proven to improve mental health, reduce anxiety, and increase happiness and sense of purpose.


The storyline and other materials in the book will advocate creating new habitats for wildlife and the importance of positive action against climate change. The book encourages the reader to visit the National Forest and help connect with nature that will support their health and well-being.

The book will work as an effective tool to reach those children who don't engage with the National Forest. 50 books will be donated to libraries at Derbyshire, Leicestershire, and Staffordshire.


With the National Forest's Arts Grant support, we will be delivering workshops and bringing books to libraries.

Why support this work

We aim to:

  • Give space for families to interact and spend quality and creative time together.

  • Develop a new book set in the National Forest.

  • Give children new, nature-friendly heroes and raise awareness of the National Forest's biodiversity (mini beasts that live in the National Forest).

  • Provide stories that encourage children to connect to nature that will improve their health and well-being.

  • Boost participants' creativity and imagination through engaging storytelling and illustrations.

We will anticipate the following benefits:

  • An increase in the number of visitors to the National Forest.

  • A larger audience for our work and increased awareness of the forest and its unique qualities.
    (Working with professional artists and experts is important as it can increase confidence and        encourage participation in future art projects and visits to the National Forest.)


  • A greater number of children interested in reading about nature, bugs, and their local areas, resulting in requests for encyclopaedias and other books at libraries.

  • Improved health and well-being of workshop participants and book readers, as well as increased awareness and connection to their surrounding environment and place.

To support this project, please contact Liga before June 10th on or 07425867969

Partners: Timber Festival


Step into an incredible weekend festival of celebration, debate and reflection in the National Forest. Timber invites you to stand up and be counted as we rethink our relationship with trees and forests.

Timber Festival

Timber Festival has over 8k followers on Instagram and 12k followers on Facebook, 5000 on the site per day. Timber Festival have many great speakers and a really engaged audience. Timber Takes place on 7th, 8th and 9th July 2023. Find out more here.

Join new thinkers as they challenge us to re-examine our relationship with the natural world. Gather with artists, musicians and writers, as they respond and react to the forest in bold and exhilarating ways. Activists and makers will invite you to join them in a joyous celebration of nature.


The rebels and the unexpected from the worlds of music, art, performance and wellbeing will play, provoke and inspire as we change the world.

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