Woodland Wellbeing

Woodland Wellbeing

Central to our ethos is to benefit peoples' health and wellbeing through woodland activities, tailored to need. We run successful projects for a range of groups, applying and developing best practice in this field.

Our Woodland Wellbeing programme draws upon 7 years of practice and applies the principles of Forest School to deliver outdoor activity programmes tailored to the needs of groups including: adults with learning disabilities; people with mental health needs; people living with dementia; and young people with mental & physical needs.

Our activities are delivered by Health & Wellbeing Officer: Nicola Ramsden, working with skilled Associate Rachel Tomlinson and/or trained volunteers. We can offer 6, 8, 12 & 16 week programmes and ‘taster days’.

To find out more about our Woodland Wellbeing projects and/or to discuss a new project, please email Nicola at: wellbeing@forestofavontrust.org

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