OUTDOOR educational activities are on offer to children across Warwickshire this coming half-term (October 24 to 30).
Country Parks across the county will be inviting kids to explore historic green spaces, learn how to build a woodland den, and settle down by the campfire for some autumnal snacks.
Children can also try their hand at fishing by attending Ryton Young Angling sessions at Ryton Pools Country Park.
Saturday October 29 sees the return of Old Warty’s Halloween Family Fun Night to Ryton Pools Country Park for the first time since 2019. Children will meet Old Warty the witch and her friends for fun family frights and activities, as well as a spooky train ride.
Coun Heather Timms, Warwickshire County Council’s spokeswoman for Environment, Climate and Culture, said: “Our rangers work tirelessly to put on a fantastic range of engaging and entertaining activities for children throughout the year, and this October half-term programme promises to deliver both fun and frights.”
Visit https://countryparks.warwickshire.gov.uk for more information about Warwickshire’s Country Parks.
Visit https://tinyurl.com/5xj6fpmn to book activities.