Discover the secret lives of trees, animals and insects at Howe Park Wood from Tuesday, and through to Friday, July 5.
Milton Keynes Women and Work, supported by Shenley Brook End School and The Parks Trust, are inviting youngsters to join in Woodland Whispers treks - giving participants an insight into nature’s hidden gems.
Groups of parents and children will enjoy a walk through the wood, where they will hear about the activities of its inhabitants.
The stories of those creatures who live there will be interpreted by some well-known voices, including Bill Nighy and Kate Robbins.
Suitable for children up to the age of 11, the event will be open to members of the public between 5pm and 7pm when entry will be by ticket at £2 per person (children under 3 are free).
Book a date and time slot when buying your ticket.
Contact Janice Jones via firstname.lastname@example.org, call MK 200186 or visit www.womenandwork.co.uk.