THREE-year-old Oliver Nevill led the way at a woodland nature hunt.
Nearly 80 children attended the Forest Tots drop-in play session and Oliver clearly loved going on the outdoor adventure.
He was joined by his nanny Helen Daffern.
Forest School trainer Sarah Lawfull said: “We get families and childminders to get out and enjoy nature.”
Wednesday’s session was led by Mhairi MacGillivray-Edwards and children used rope and wool in outdoor play activities.
The weekly sessions at the Hill End Centre, near Farmoor, cost £3 per child. There will be an open day on May 31 from 11am-4pm.
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