A FREE Programme for Young People (aged 13-25) - strengthen your emotional wellbeing by engaging in Nature and creative activities.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE THROUGHOUT COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS.
The benefits of being outside in nature are plentiful – stress alleviation, relaxation and the reduction in symptoms of depression are just a few. It also helps social interaction so you make friends more easily and feel less isolated.
Why don’t you join us for five weekly FREE 2-hour sessions. Slow down and reconnect with yourself and your environment in this nature-based, discovery led workshop.
Typical activities include walks, some light conservation work or gardening. This would be combined with a range of nature foccused creative activities designed to improve mental and emotional wellbeing. You do not need to be good at art to benefit from creating and exploring the art materials. There will be time to talk and share collective struggles if you wish to.
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PRICE: Free of charge.
DATES: Sun 21st Mar to Sun 25th Apr 2021 (not including Easter Sunday)
TIME: 10.00am-12.00pm or 1.00pm-3.00pm
LOCATION: Crane Park Twickenham – to be confirmed dependent on Council regulations regarding Covid-19.
and email the completed form back to email@example.com. If you are under 18, your parent or guardian will need to sign the form please.
Professionals – please complete our online Referral Form.
If you would like any further information then please do call us on 020 89779989 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are very grateful to The National Lottery Community Fund and the players of the National Lottery for generously funding this programme. Thank you!
“I think this is the best activity programme that could be prescribed to young people with mental health issues and I really feel happy with what’s come out of it, and I’ve made a supportive group of friends – I would encourage anyone to do it and if I could I would love to do it every week” quote from young person who attended programme.
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