Infographic: Everything you need to know about autumn

It’s time to fold up the shorts, stow away the sun cream and dig out the slow cooker. Yes, summer has gone for another year as today officially marks the beginning of autumn.

This day is defined as the September equinox, which is when the sun shines directly on the equator, rendering the length of day and night as almost equal. But as the evenings get darker and the temperatures cool, leaving us to weep over the memories of those glorious summer days, we must remember autumn is a season of exciting and interesting change – particularly in the nature world.

Read our infographic to discover what you can expect over the next couple of months. The information included is aimed at Key Stage 2 children, so it’s perfect for printing out or downloading as an educational tool for your young nature enthusiasts.

everything you need to know about autumn

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Amy Dickson

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Amy Dickson

As Brand Content Manager I plan, create and curate the best articles, photos, videos and music for our channels, in particular the blog. With a degree in Journalism under my belt and many years’ experience in the big smoke as a journalist and editor, my focus is firmly on discovering the little gems hidden away in Center Parcs life, before buffing them up to make them sparkle online. From on-village events to the latest travel industry trends, I’ll be there – notepad in hand – to bring you the most entertaining and interesting stories.