FREE Wellbeing Support For The Young LGBTQ+ Community
We know how tough it can be, and Covid-19 has made it even worse. The Wild Mind Project is offering a safe, confidential space in nature for you to share your feelings with like-minded young people who are struggling just like you.
Nature can help, it really can, and creative activities give you the chance to express yourself without judgment. Most importantly, you will meet a group of new friends, who can support each other after the programme has finished.
A typical session might include a walk in nature, conservation work or gardening for the first hour. We then do a creative activity and talk. You can choose to share your thoughts and experiences if you want to or you can just listen.
“The concept is amazing, the activities are really enriching and really well thought out. The mixture of learning, creating and then sharing was really stimulating to engage my anxious mind”, a young person who attended our programme.
How To Book:
Programmes are available in Brighton and Hounslow for young people aged 16-25.
Please complete our Online Booking Form.
Your place will only be confirmed when the booking form has been received. Thank you.
Available for young people aged 16 to 25 who live in or around Brighton.
The programme includes three weekly 2-hour sessions.
The Wild Mind Project is very grateful to The National Lottery Local Connection Fund and Sussex Community Foundation for providing funding for the programmes.
Dates: from Sunday 6th March to Sun 20th March 2022 from 10.30am to 12.30pm.
Location: Centre for Ecotherapy, Stanmer Park, Brighton (78 bus).
Available for young people aged 16 to 25 who live, work or are in education in the borough of Hounslow.
Each programme includes four weekly 2-hour sessions.
The Wild Mind Project is very grateful to Inspire Hounslow for providing a grant for the programmes.
Dates: Sunday 24th October to 14th Nov 2021 from 11am to 1pm.
Location: Chiswick House and Gardens in Hounslow.
Equality means more than passing laws. The struggle is really won in the
hearts and minds of the community, where it really counts.” Barbara Gittings