How to make Wild Night Out an annual excuse to get friends and family together to enjoy nature and adventures
Wild camping is a great opportunity to get closer to wildlife and for wildlife to get closer to you too.
The Two Blondes, One and Two (Fi Darby and Lucy Atkins), are Ordnance Survey #GetOutside Champions and love to encourage people (particularly youngsters) to get outside. They help to run the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, as well as teach navigation skills, lead walks and wild camping trips around Dartmoor.
Kids love spending time in wild settings, it encourages exploration and imaginative play, and nature really does provide everything you need to keep you entertained. Here are a few fun nature craft activities to inspire you on your wild night out, which will guarantee you don't hear those dreaded words 'I'm bored'!