No that's fine, I've done Oxford's UNIQ summer school as well as Reading University's Reading Scholars programme, I've also read a few books related to climate change, the quaternary period and agriculture. I've helped out at school open days with the geography department and have attended a couple of virtual lectures by the Royal Geographical Society and Hertfordshire University which linked to geopolitics. I have also been to a couple of places I've done in case studies, Liverpool and Oxford and thought about various geographical theories such as redevelopment, which I'm hoping will help me for interviews, if I get one, as it's helped me think about this at home too! Watching the news is very helpful and keeping up with Covid news and climate change, Afghanistan, etc - for instance I've talked about in my personal statement how covids led to the changing of the identity of my town centre due to large flagship stores closing. You don't really need extracurricular activities for Oxford I believe but I've done bronze and silver dofe and am doing gold. If it helps, my a levels are history geography and sociology, what are yours?
I'm not doing an epq but I've also seen lots of documentaries like Greta thunberg and David Attenborough