04:09AM, Monday 25 August 2014
Building fires, making shelters and toasting marshmallows were all activities on the cards at Braywick Nature Centre on Wednesday.
A group of 15 explorers spent the morning learning forest survival skills.
Countryside ranger Jason Mills said the feedback from the weekly sessions, which have been running through the summer, has been 'fantastic'.
"It is allowing them an experience that they wouldn't normally get," he said.
"I think what is really exciting is that young children get to experience a woodland setting and practice some woodland skills."
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