Tim Clayton and Laura Gundy of the Lincolnshire Branch of Butterfly Conservation.

The Lincolnshire Wolds Outdoor Festival kicked off in Stourton Woods with a day of activities on Saturday.

An off-road mountain bike track, created by Focus Rides, offered kids the chance to try their hand at off-road biking.

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For the less adventurous, relaxing yoga in the woods by Humberside Sunshine Yoga was on offer, as well as bootcamp sessions led by Earn Your Fizz Fitness.

Ewan Fisher, 9, with his mother Joanna Craig making a throwing stick.

Back to Bear was on hand to offer the more adventurous visitors the chance to try their hand at archery, crossbow and ax throwing.

Guests also learned all about the world of hedgerows with a guided tour of the plants and wildlife that can be found in hedgerows with the Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service, and deer safaris were held throughout the daytime.

Bushcraft experiences were offered by Wild Woodcraft where guests learned how to create primitive tools and start a fire, not to mention fly fishing on the lake with the Featherbenders Fly Tying Club.

The Lincolnshire Wolds Outdoor Festival is taking place at venues across the Lincolnshire Wolds until June 5, aiming to provide a variety of outdoor activities and showcase all that the Lincolnshire Wolds have to offer.

Matthew Chapman helps Ollie Bartlett 10 make a throwing stick with stone tools
Back2Bear’s Tom Wood with 11-year-old Dylan Matthews.
Back2Bear owner Spencer Kennedy, ax thrower with 13-year-old Finley Sherburn and Luke Sherburn.