Youngsters have fun with a parachute in Reffley Wood. Picture: Kevin Elfleet

It was the last Under 5s Out and About trail before some of the regular youngsters started school.

And the monthly event was bigger than ever with 75 children attending the summer-themed trail in Reffley Wood, King’s Lynn.

During the trail, the young participants found pictures of all things summer-related which included ice-cream and sunglasses.

The children then made colourful sun catchers and came across rainbows to colour in.

The trail then took a magical turn as youngsters made a woodland potion and some bubble-blowing snakes.

Next they explored a range of bubble mix trays with different wands, hoops and string to make a variety of different sized bubbles.

And teamwork was the key as they bounced a beach ball on a parachute.

Organiser Amy Ranger said: “It was a lot of fun, the children seemed to really enjoy it. We has 138 people altogether so it was really busy.

“Thank you to everyone for coming along and a huge thank you to my helpers.”

The next trail at Reffley Wood will take place on Tuesday, October 2 at 10.30am.

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