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The Bay - Blueprint for recovery - Wellbeing through Nature

A group of people on a beach taking part in wellbeing activities

Taking place at Towers Wood Cleveleys, Rossall Point Observation Tower and Wyre Estuary Country Park.

Reconnecting with nature can have a positive impact on our wellbeing. Taking time to enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the seaside together is a well-known method of helping combat depression, anxiety and other mental health issues. 

The Wildlife Trusts award winning wellbeing offer (Myplace) has now evolved in Wyre. "The Bay: A Blueprint for Recovery" project provides an opportunity to help the natural world, learn new skills and connect with like-minded people. 
The free coastal nature sessions in Wyre will help you get back outside in a safe and relaxed environment. Participants meet in small groups once a week at one of our COVID-secure locations to enjoy a range of activities aimed at supporting wildlife and helping you to feel happier and healthier: 

  • Rossall Point Observation Tower, Rossall. (Tuesday: pre-registration essential) 
  • Towers Wood, Thornton-Cleveleys. (Wednesday: pre-registration essential) 
  • Wyre Estuary Country Park, Stanah. (Friday: pre-registration essential) 

Get in touch to register for the above sessions with Mike on 07927 551380 or e-mail: mmcdonnell@lancswt.org.uk

For general community events and activities including guided walks, rock pooling, beach art or cleans, please check out the website.

 

 

Date: 1st December 2021 - 30th September 2022 Recurs daily.

Location: Wyre's coastline

Cost: Free

Time: 09:00 - 15:00