Youngsters across Perthshire are being given a chance to connect with nature and learn the basics of nature photography during the Easter holidays with a series of free wellbeing walks led by local photographer Jo Foo.

The Wild Moments project gives groups of young people the opportunity to explore and capture shots of some of the many rewilding projects taking place at The Aberfeldy Bunkhouse, while also learning to appreciate the wellbeing and mindfulness benefits that can come from experiencing the great outdoors.  

Sessions for kids from 8 - 12s run from 10:00 – 11:30 on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th April, with a session for 13 - 18s taking place on Thursday 11th April from 13:00 – 14:30. 

View down the glen from the Bunkhouse at Glassie Farm (c) PKCT

Those who book a space are asked to bring their own phone/camera if possible, though two spare cameras are available on the day for those that don't have.

Those attending are also asked to wear sensible outdoor footwear and to dress for the weather.

Wild Moments is possible thanks to funding from The Basil Death Trust and PKCT.

Places can be booked HERE.

View of the Bunkhouse at Glassie Farm (c) Julian Rickard