Charity update - April 2024

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This year is our fifth anniversary. We'll be launching our biggest campaign yet very soon.

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Apr news health 1

Roots to Wellbeing, our in nature therapy service is structured to follow the five pathways to nature connectedness. This approach has been demonstrated to promote positive mental health, reduce stress and increase overall happiness.

After each block, we offer 1:1 telephone assessments with participants to explore appropriate referral, signposting, volunteering or employment options. Through this participants are empowered to follow the next steps that are right for them - nearly one in three move into volunteering or employment.

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Apr news nature

In Bath our Bee Active group continue to meet every Thursday, and the V Nature group from the University of Bath on Wednesday. We've also been working with the Friends of Bloomfield Green to expand the community orchard.

In Bristol, we have been supporting the community to make wildflower seed bombs and plant hedges at Withywood Park, plus worked with the Friends of Cottle Road Green Space Friends to plant a mini wildflower meadow. Plus much more!

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Apr news access

If your life has been changed by using a park or our services, we want to hear from you. Share your story today.


Volunteer support

If you're a parks volunteer and need funding for your project, why not check out this video on YouTube. We ran a session for park groups on how to successfully access small grants to support their work.

It covers everything you need to know.

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Protecting parks

There are so many ways you can support our parks. Your support is needed now, more than ever before.

Over the last five years we've invested over £1.2 million in Bristol and Bath's parks and communities. But there is so much more to do to protect them for future generations.

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