We have lots of opportunities to get involved this Autumn for our Green Minds members and non-members too who'd like to experience one of our sessions. We currently have capacity for 6 participants on each session, all of which are currently based outdoors so lots of space for distancing. Do have a look at our programme of events and if you'd like to share please do so!. For more info regarding any of what's on offer please get in touch, you can find contact details on the posters attached or through the website.... Best wishes to all :-)
We were delighted to be able to feature the project in the September edition of Focus Magazine this month. If you haven't already seen our article, or you don't receive a copy through your door, then you can find it online at www.focusmagazinesltd.co.uk
With autumn approaching we're excited to announce that we will be resuming our Walk & Talk sessions again, exploring seasonal themes and nature connection in a beautiful woodland setting on the outskirts of Brecon.
The sessions will run one Thursday a month starting with our first walk on the 24th September 11am to 1pm. In line with current government guidelines, we will be keeping to small group numbers, so booking is essential. As before, the sessions are open to both members and non members of Green Minds, and are a great opportunity to meet the team and explore themes of nature, wellbeing and creativity.
For further information and to book a place, please contact Jess on 07487 523991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to you joining us!
Thanks to support from the Sustainable Development Fund – Brecon Beacons National Park Authority we are able to continue to provide support for our members through our ecotherapy activities in the Brecon area. We very much look forward to partnering with the National Park with our community wellbeing work as we develop our project further and move into the recovery stage of Covid-19 and beyond.
To find out more about the aims of the Sustainable Development Fund please click on the link below.
Thanks to Thrive for the invitation to feature our project in Growth Point, the Social & Therapeutic Horticulture magazine. Please find our article in the link box below and find out more about how we have adapted our ecotherapy work during lockdown by creating online resources.