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That’s the message from the Forestry Commission as rangers stage an exciting day of activities in 225 acre Ollerton Pit Woods, Notts, to help youngsters beat the summer blues.
There’ll be chance to go on a wildlife safari, make wind chimes and learn circus skills, all topped off by a jacket potato lunch cooked over a campfire!
All you have to do to take part in the event on Wednesday 4 August is book a place on 01623 822447.
Ranger Amy Chandler said:
“We want to get youngsters off the sofa and into the great outdoors to keep healthy and active and have loads of fun into the bargain.”
The cost is £3 per child and activities run from 10am to 2pm, meeting at the wood car park off Newark Road, Ollerton.
Media calls to Richard Darn on 01226 246351 or 0775 367 0038.
NOTE TO EDITOR
Forestry Commission England is the government department responsible for protecting, expanding and promoting the sustainable management of woods and forests and increasing their value to society and the environment. Forestry makes a real contribution to sustainable development, providing social and environmental benefits arising from planting and managing attractive, as well as productive woodlands.http://www.forestry.gov.uk/http://www.forestry.gov.uk/NorthEastEngland To find out more about the region’s woods log-on to www.forestry.gov.uk/eastmidlands
Kevin May (Grants, Regulation and Partnership Manager) or Penny Oliver (Policy & Development Officer) on 017687 76616 or 07771 813139 for Kevin or 07786 171654 for Penny.