by Eco Kids Planet July 25, 2017

This weekend, thousands of children and their families will be pitching their tents and rolling out their sleeping bags. It's the RSPB Big Wild Sleepout on 28-30 July – for the fifth year running! 

The event takes place over the last weekend in July. It is a simple, free, fun activity for people of all ages to take part in.

Discover which night-time creatures you have on your own doorstep by sleeping out in your garden or outdoor space!

Don’t have a garden? Not to worry! The RSPB is also organising sleepout events across the UK in some truly inspiring locations! There are special night-time activities, from food and stories around the campfire to a night-time stroll. Every event is different and a full list is available on the RSPB website.

For lots of fun ideas, activities and tips to help you have a wild night out, go to www.rspb.org.uk/sleepout

 


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