Workplace wellbeing: the Greenspace Challenge

Easy to integrate into your workplace wellbeing, staff development and CSR programmes, the Greenspace Challenge is a day-long nature based intervention that aims to foster a happier and more resilient workforce.

We run the Greenspace Challenge in urban nature spaces such as a park or woodland near to your workplace. A typical day involves fun, accessible activities with 30-50 people.

Our staff team comprises Forest School leaders, survival experts & creative professionals. We design inspiring programmes that are bound to make your staff feel good. Our friendly, engaging style resonates with everyone, whatever their background or ability.

Activity areas as part of the Greenspace Challenge include:

Conservation: Creating pathways, building bat or bird boxes, planting wildflowers, planting living willow sculptures and community growing projects, all in your local parks, woodlands, school gardens or community allotments

Creativity: Creative innovation challenges, such as making a giant insect out of willow branches. A great way to brainstorm out of the office and draw out that latent creativity and innovation.

Co-operation: Team building training and overcoming challenges, with our partners at Breath of Fresh Air. We can tailor training and peer mentoring to suit your particular team challenges.

Read about Vodafone employees Greenspace Challenge


Really enjoyable and will definitely use the activities we did this afternoon with the children.

Aimee Levett, Battle Primary Academy

Lots of practical ideas to use outdoors. Useful advice about keeping safe.

Claire Hughes, English Martrys

Full of great ideas- will feed back to rest of staff. Thanks.

Lucy Johnstone, Moorlands Primary

Absolutely inspirational and knowledgeable, the staff were amazing.

Skylar Whitting, Whitley Park Primary