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Nurturing wellbeing through nature

Helping vulnerable people improve their skills, mental health, and wellbeing by harnessing the power of our natural environment.

Our Nurture through Nature outdoor activities help hundreds of people to improve their skills, mental health, and wellbeing.

For community groups and vulnerable individuals, our Swingbridge Community Boats volunteers offer wellbeing cruises and conservation activities on the Rivers Wey and Thames.

My son has a learning disability and volunteers with the Swingbridge crews. The help and support he receives is both improving his confidence, aiding his communication skills and enabling him to engage with the community in a meaningful way.  Surrey Care Trust is an absolute lifeline for him.

The Gateway Community Garden team in Reigate provides supporand therapeutic gardening activities for families and adults and deliver our new Outside & Active wellbeing courses for young people struggling with the mental health.

The Community Garden run by the Stanwell Local Conversation runs activities for local groups and families, helping people to get outdoors and engage with nature.

We also work with other charities and organisations to offer our clients unique nature based opportunities and experiences – just like the activity days offered by our Wellbeing Mentors.

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"Until you try something like this you don’t realise how beneficial it is"

Tia* is a single mum living with her little boy, Tom* who lives with autism.

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17 May 2022


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