Youngsters are gearing up for a summer camp encompassing nature, key educational skills and fun.
Conservation charity The Wychwood Project is running its Go Wild children’s summer camp for eight to 12 year olds at the Ascott-under-Wychwood Conservation Centre in west Oxfordshire.
Organisers said the emphasis of the five-day camp will be on outdoor activities and fun including building wildlife boxes, walks and jam making.
Learning officer Toby Swift said: “The summer holidays are the ideal time to get active outdoors and we are hoping to offer youngsters an unforgettable introduction to the natural world they see around them, through a host of activities.
“Ascott-under-Wychwood Conservation Centre offers us ideal facilities for safe, fun learning, right in the heart of the historic Wychwood Forest area.
“I am really looking forward to what should be a delightful week with lots of young people taking part.”
The Go Wild camp will run from August 13–17.
Visit wychwoodproject.org.uk for more information and to book.