A coastal explorer day is being offered to young people in Shropshire.

The visit to the North Wales coastline takes place on April 9 and will give young people aged 11 to 25 the chance to learn more about the living seas.

It follows on from the Growing Confidence Project which has been run by the Shropshire Wildlife Trust for the past two years, and given young people across the country the chance to explore their local landscapes and learning more about wildlife with Field Studies Council at Preston Montford.

Ruth Hudson, from the project, said: "The project is now looking out for more wildlife and wild places with a visit to the North Wales coastline.

"The day will involve exploring the rocky shore of The Great Orme, looking for shark and ray egg cases and we will then spend the afternoon guided around the Rhiwledyn nature reserve by staff and young people from the North Wales Wildlife Trust. The reserve is particularly good for breeding seabirds and orchids and will provide great opportunities exploring coastal wildlife from learning more about the landscape to capturing the day on film."

A coach will be running from Shrewsbury and the invitation has been extended to invite any young people who are interested coming along to get in touch to book a place. The cost is only £15 to include transport.

To find out more visit www.shropshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/events/2017/10/13/wild-coast-discovery-day