The county's leading nature conservation charity will be sharing the secrets of their outdoor play success at a special event next week.
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust will be holding a free outdoor play training workshop for any adults interested in learning a variety of play activities at their Wolseley Bridge HQ on Thursday 22 May.
Visitors to the workshop, which is open to both parents and professionals, will learn some of the skills and activities the Trust's expert staff use at hundreds of family and educational events each year.
Shaun Rimmer, community development officer at Staffordshire Wildlife Trust said, "This event enables us to show local people the skills and activities we utilize to increase children's activity levels and enjoyment of the natural world.
"The workshop is also a great way for people who may be interested in a career in environmental conservation to get an insight into the work of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust."
The Trust has been delivering 'Wildplay' and outdoor education sessions to thousands of children over the past 10 years.
The event has been created as part of the 'Wild about Stafford' project, a partnership between Staffordshire Wildlife Trust and the Caterpillar Foundation, giving local people the chance to get stuck into a range of activities on local wild spaces across Stafford Borough including practical conservation projects, family wildlife walks and school events.
The work shop takes place between 6pm- 7.30pm.
For more information contact Staffordshire Wildlife Trust on 01889 880100.