BAKING bread over a woodland fire, two-year-old Meriel Woodrow has fun in the great outdoors.
The youngster was taking part in a Summer Wildwood Adventure session on Wednesday, off Littleworth Road, Wheatley, run by charity Heart of the Wildwood.
Mum Sally-ann Woodrow, 41, from Bicester, said she also brought her four-year-old daughter Honour and together they enjoyed weaving, playing among the trees and taking part in various arts and crafts.
She said: “Meriel loved it. She’s got her little friends who go as well now. I couldn’t recommend it enough.”
For more information about future sessions, visit heartofwildwood.org
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