Family activity experts Hoop offer their top suggestions for entertaining your little ones this autumn.
Aldersbrook Riding School
Animals and Nature for 2 months to 16 years | From £5.00 | London
A variety of activities bringing horses and people together, with everything from parent and toddler sessions to ‘groom a pony’ events or ‘have your own pony’ day.
The Outdoors Project
Outdoor Play for 5 to 12 years | From £30.00 | West Sussex
Exciting outdoor adventure clubs combining teamwork, fresh air and learning. Discover fun themes including Pokemon Wild Adventures and Minecraft vs Wildlife.
Nature Detectives with Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Animals & Nature for all ages | From £3.00 | Norfolk
Look at natural history items and learn how to tell the difference between a fox and badger skull, which rodents have eaten which nuts and learn how to identify what an owl has eaten.
Nature Tots with Kent Wildlife Trust
Outdoor Play for 2 to 5 years | Full term from £40.00 | Sevenoaks
A different type of playgroup where children spend time outside immersed in nature, enjoying a variety of activities, come rain or shine. A wonderful opportunity for children to explore, discover and learn from nature.
Lantern Parade with Wakefield Museums and Castles
Outdoor Play for all ages | FREE | Wakefield
Join Wakefield Council and the Pontefract Lioness group for the annual lantern parade from the Castle to the Valley Gardens.
Go Wild in the Woods with Sussex Wildlife Trust
Animals & Nature | Suggested donation £4.00 | East Sussex
Take the family for a wild adventure in the woods. Practice some fire lighting, make a den, go on a bug hunt, make things from natural materials and explore the woods.
Make A Difference Day with the Parks Trust
Animals & Nature for all ages | FREE | Milton Keynes
A chance for the whole family to have fun getting outdoors and helping look after local wildlife by tidying up the Linford Lakes Nature Reserve and helping to restore some parkland.
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