Families looking for an autumn adventure this half term are invited to come along to the Wild Wood Experience on the Eastern Moors.
From making muddy-mushrooms, to conservation work with the rangers, team challenges, slack-lining and fire lighting, the Wild Wood Experience on Sunday 23 October will be a jam-packed day full of fun for all ages.
The event is being led by a partnership of three charities: the National Trust, the Eastern Moors Partnership (National Trust & RSPB) and the Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup, who run a regular forest school session in Grindleford.
Bryony Thomson, Community Involvement Ranger for the Eastern Moors, said: "Whatever the weather, the Wild Wood Experience is a fun day outdoors for everyone, from tots to teens, and is a great opportunity for the whole family to learn about wonderful woodlands and the wildlife that lives there."
Starting from either Longshaw's Wooden Pole Car Park, or the Longshaw Visitor Centre, and running from 11am - 3.30pm on Sunday 23 October. Tickets for adults and children are £5 per person. Booking is recommended online only at http://www.visit-eastern-moors.org.uk/plan-your-visit/whats-on.