Our Guided walks can help people discover new places & learn about the cultural and ecological history of the local and wider environments as well as diverse landscapes. Its important in helping people from urbanised communities reconnect with nature.
Guided nature health walks are often referred to as eco-therapy‘, a form of physical exercise. They are regarded as one of the most powerful interventions a person can do to help promote their health and well-being. In fact, health walks have been listed as evidence-based forms of prevention or treatment in 39 UK national guidelines to help improve the quality of patient care. It is known to reduce risk or improve outcomes in cancers and other heart related problems such as high blood pressure, respiratory disorders.
It also helps older people suffering from arthritis as well as being good for people’s physical and mental wellbeing.
Our activities are dependent on funding so get in touch if your group would like to get involved.