Blog Archives

Erleigh Elders

    “I look forward to our Thursday lunchtime group all week. It is truly a focus for fun, laughter and friendship. It brings diverse people together from the local area and keeps us from isolation.” Offering nature connections to … Continue reading

Walk on a Wednesday

“This programme has encouraged me to build the confidence to leave the house (besides running errands) for the purpose of relaxing, self reflection and socialising. The weekly structure motivated me to commit to each session despite feeling low on some … Continue reading

Holy Brook Nook – In the heart of Coley

Long term projects are exciting journeys of collective transformation for Nature Nurture. We have years of experience managing large projects with multiple partners, pooling our experience to supporting healthier, happier communities to have a sense of pride in where they … Continue reading

Get Crafty

For this arts based social prescribing programme, we chose to locate the hub of the activity in Dee Park because it is an area of social deprivation. It was funded by The Thriving Communities Fund and Catalyst Housing told us … Continue reading

The Earth Action Challenge

“My daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon out. We learned so much, had so much fun, and learnt so much we can do to make a difference. Amazing!!” Azra Ahmed, Attendee. The Earth Action Challenge was designed in collaboration with … Continue reading

Waterway Wellbeing Day

“Our girls really enjoyed the pirates. Enjoyed making badges, flags and loved planting the seeds. We enjoyed the nature trail.” Saffy, Attendee In August 2021, Nature Nurture created a new festival of  ‘Waterway Wellbeing day’ in Christchurch Meadows, on the bank … Continue reading

Mission Lousehill

“My family and I absolutely love Lousehill Copse days. The organisers are enthusiastic and really good with the kids.” Lisa Baugh, Parent Our project in Dee Park’s woodland, Lousehill Copse  won the Institute of Learning’s Community Development Award 2019. ‘Mission Lousehill’ is a … Continue reading

Talking Trees

  If trees could talk, what would they say? Would they talk of the past, or tomorrow or today? In 2017 we pulled off something we weren’t sure was even possible. Thanks to a commission by the Woodland Trust and … Continue reading