The programme is aimed at giving children from mainstream primary and special schools the opportunity to visit the Estate and take part in cricket coaching sessions and countryside education.
The children learn from professional cricket coaches and meet the farmer, gamekeeper, the hounds, fly birds of prey and take part in fishing, archery, orienteering and Army team building exercises.
The Trust put on 27 days for mainstream and special schools to come and visit the Belvoir Estate.
- 18 primary schools from Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire visited the Estate
- 1,007 children and over 75 school staff attended
- 22 volunteers assisted on the days