We're sad to hear that Nottingham's Robin Hood Pageant has been postponed until March 2018 because of Storm Brian. In their first story, Robin Hood's Little Outlaws learn that Robin Hood used to hide within the Major Oak whenever there was
Robin Hood's Little Outlaws are returning to Sherwood Forest and their friend, Major. They have discovered nearly 70 interesting themes including people, places, events and inventions, to help Major decide which stories to tell, next. Starting next week, they'll post regular updates
Robin Hood’s Little Outlaws have been discovering stories of the people, places, events and inventions that have helped shape the world around them. The animal friends have now collected 50 images and rhymes on their road trip and posted them to Instagram.
News just in from Sherwood Forest has 'Squirrel Red' as the in colour for Autumn 2017. That's music to our little Robin's ears as he prepares to be painted! Check back soon for more news or follow Robin Hood's Little Outlaws on
Robin Hood's Little Outlaws are coming to life as we add colour to the page layouts. It's wonderful to see the friends take on their own personality and interact with the illustrated world around them. Check back soon for more or follow
Robin Hood’s Little Outlaws have their first children's picture book story almost ready. In ‘Robin Hood, who’s he?’, Major the 1,000 year old oak tree takes the animal friends back to the year 1200 to meet legendary outlaw Robin Hood in
Robin Hood's Little Outlaws are busy travelling around the world, collecting stories about important, historical events and people. They've uncovered lots of interesting facts about things you may already know and some unusual ones that might come as a surprise! Keep
Robin Hood's Little Outlaws are going abroad! After learning about the Mayflower and the Pilgrim Fathers, John has decided to visit the United States to learn about American History. Tuck is flying over the English Channel to explore Europe and beyond. Keep
That greedy King, never did turn good and wanted no one to be friends with Robin Hood... Soldiers hunted him day and night, so Robin Hood did his best to keep out of sight... Deep in the forest there stood a tree, it had a secret that kept him free... A hole in its trunk that couldn't be seen, where no one else but Robin Hood had been...
Hello and welcome to a fantastic, new collection of adventure stories for children! Robin Hood's Little Outlaws are a group of animal friends who live in Sherwood Forest, England. They share time travelling adventures with a big, old oak tree they