Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust have been funded by the Integrated Care Services to provide a series of 'Wild Wellbeing Days' for people who have volunteered during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The idea is to reward them for their great contribution, with a gentle stress-free day out in 'nature,'  taking part in non-demanding nature-inspired activities. Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day, and participants will be given a copy of Derby University's 'Thriving With Nature' book at the end of the day, to take home. 

 

They have already run three of these days for Sheffield and Rotherham volunteers, which have proved successful,  and volunteers have left very positive feedback.

 

They have booked in two dates for volunteers from Barnsley, at Wortley Hall, on 13th and 14th June. The sessions will be based in the Lounge at Wortley Hall, but will take place mainly in the gardens. If the weather turns out not to be so good, they will provide some kind of enjoyable nature-based activity indoors.

 

Volunteers can book for either of the two days and details can be found on the flyer.

 

For any further information, and to book a place, volunteers can email our Project Leader, Jenny King, at j.king@wildsheffield.com or phone her on 07902 439167.