The weather is changing, trees are turning gorgeous reds and oranges, nights are drawing in. Autumn brings cosy to a whole new level. Wondering what to do now the days are shorter? Wonder no more, we’ve got you covered!
Enjoy an autumnal walk in the woods and watch the leaves fall of the brightly coloured trees! Find your local forest footpath and plan your day. Why not log what leaves you find on the way?!
An autumn tradition for some, test your creative skills and get carving this season! Handy tip: print a template off to follow!
Plan a trip to a Deer Park and enjoy trying to spot them on your visit. Don’t live close to one? Try a National Trust or English Heritage property, the estates usually keep deer on the grounds!
Harvest festival is a traditional event celebrating the successful gathering of the year’s crops and is usually celebrated on the Sunday nearest to the harvest moon. There are many events being held across the UK, find your closest and get involved!
Autumn is the best time for you to go apple picking. Why not spend a few hours picking a few and then use them in a yummy apple crumble recipe.