Reffley Wood was full of fun when the Under Fives Out and About group took part in their Easter trail.
Around 300 people attended, including 100 children, and enjoyed a range of Easter crafts and activities, including making bunny masks and spring flowers and planting beans.
They also had a visit from an RSPCA wildlife officer and searched the woods for items including pine cones, acorns and spider webs.
Organiser Amy Ranger said: “We had a really lovely day. The woods were really muddy as we’d had a lot of rain but that didn’t put anyone off coming.
“It was nice for everyone to get out and enjoy the activities in the fresh air.”
Mrs Ranger thanked the SureStart Children’s Centre and Vancouver Children’s Centre for sending staff along to help run the session.
The next Out and About session will take place on May 1 and will be based on The Hungry Caterpillar. For more information see the Under Fives Out and About Facebook page.