THIS Jubilee Bank Holiday, the RSPB at Ham Wall nature reserve in Somerset is holding a Big Picnic event and everyone is invited.

Ham Wall is one of over 20 RSPB nature reserves across England, Scotland and Wales taking part through half term and the extended Bank Holiday weekend from May 28 to June 5.

As part of the celebrations, families can get involved in having a Big Picnic on the site – whether bringing their own or purchasing from the range of drinks, snacks and refreshments available at Ham Wall, the RSPB wants to encourage sustainable picnic options for the whole family.

Other fun activities will also be available such as a unique Wild Detective trail taking children on a mystery adventure with the characters Detective Hoot, an owl, and Constable Crumbs, a mouse.

There will be trails to follow, picnic clues to solve and selfie stations to help families remember their day out.

Becky Smith, visitor experience assistant at RSPB Ham Wall nature reserve said: “We can’t wait to welcome families and people of all ages to our amazing nature reserve!

"The RSPB Big Picnic is designed to encourage families to spend quality time in nature together this bank holiday weekend and half term, with a focus on how to make a day out fun but also good for the planet.

"We’ve got tons of ideas to help you make your picnic sustainable and delicious. Plus we’re bursting with activities to take part in too – whether it’s hopscotch, our themed detective trail or doing a spot of pond dipping, we’ve got a variety of activities for everyone.”

For full information and prices for the events at Ham Wall nature reserve and other RSPB Big Picnic events taking place around the UK, visit