Looking to join a nature-based activity to improve your own health & wellbeing?

The following partners have been providing Green Social Prescribing as part of the nature for Health Test & Learn project in 2021/22.

Please visit their websites for more information about upcoming activities:

Providing opportunities such as nature activity kits, cycling, walks, outdoor exercise and education in Rochdale and breaking down barriers.

Identifying and filling gaps in therapy and treatment in natural surroundings, such as creating growing spaces, drop-in sessions and conservation training.

Testing what kind of activities best attract those most in need in Bury, as well as providing volunteering opportunities for the community.

Piloting food growing schemes with the most deprived communities in Manchester, providing both social activity and access to free healthy food.

Greater Manchester-wide initiatives to identify and engage disinterested and excluded people by developing training for workers, a digital and physical resource exchange and stakeholder group.

The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. They aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.

You may find more organisations delivering nature-based activities in Greater Manchester on our #GMNatureforhealth social media feed. Although these are not all approved providers, you can follow links to their social media feed to find out more about them.

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