Family Health Walk


We’rre back!

Our first walk since the lockdown on 30th May 2021. Please see flyer for more information!



Black History Maker

Black History Maker Magazine

In March Maxwell Ayama was invited to write an article for Black History Maker Magazine March 2021.

In the article ‘A Breath of Fresh Air’,¬† Maxwell talks about the benefits of rural and green spaces, how the walking group was founded and how he started out as an environmental champion.

You can read the article here.

Kent Downs AONB Report – Enhancing Access Opportunities

Kent AONB Report

Maxwell Ayamba has contributed to the key findings of a report published by The Kent Downs AONB unit that looked at improving access to AONB (Areas of Natural Beauty) and rural and farmland spaces.

With the recent issues faced by diverse groups of people from urban spaces when they visited  green and blue spaces after the 1st and 2nd UK wide lockdown, the reports findings are both timely and relevant.

You can read the full report here.

Out of Bounds Report

Maxwell Ayamba of SEM recentrly contributed to ‘Out of Bounds – Equity in access to urban nature” a national report published in May 2021. Produced by Groundwork, the multi agency report is an “overview of the evidence on equity in urban green spaces”. This important report, like the work of SEM, makes critical connections between social justice and public spaces, community cohesion and health inequalities.

The report provides more evidence of the need and benefits of improving access to public ‘green’ spaces (parks, nature reserves, community gardens, city farms, and woodland) and public ‘blue’ spaces (rivers, lakes, ponds, canals and the sea), for disadvantaged communities.

You can read the report on the Groundwork website.

Groundwork is a federation of charities working locally and nationally to transform lives in the UK’s most disadvantaged communities.