The Environment and Me (TEaM)

Warwickshire Wildlife Trust have partnered up with Coventry and Warwickshire MIND after successfully securing over £350, 000 from the Big Lottery Fund to provide positive, engaging outdoor experiences for people experiencing poor mental health in Coventry.


About us


TEaM is an ecotherapy-based project in partnership with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust and Coventry and Warwickshire Mind. 
We are based across Coventry in various sites including

allotment sites, rivers, woodlands, parks and greenspaces, all of which are easily accessible by public transport.
We are here to help enhance your mental health and wellbeing through outdoor activities which include:

  • Planting, growing and harvesting food and flowers
  • Learning about nature and wildlife
  • Seasonal crafts and woodwork
  • Walks and talks
  • Socializing with other TEaM members

These are just some of the activities we have for people to take part in. Don’t worry – no previous knowledge or experience is needed. Simply come along and meet the TEaM.



Who is TEaM for?


TEaM is a service for individuals over the age of 18. This service may especially benefit those:

  • Who are experiencing anxiety or depression
  • Have been diagnosed with a moderate/severe mental health condition
  • Who feel lonely or isolated
  • Who have low self-esteem/confidence
  • Who have been signed off of work due to poor mental health


What we have to offer


We run 8-week courses and longer-term opportunities side-by-side.
The courses provides an opportunity to:

  • Make new friends
  • Learn gardening and practical skills
  • Strengthen your connection with nature
  • Relax in a safe space
  • Most importantly, tea/coffee will be provided!


Volunteering opportunities are also available for those interested. Please see here for further details.



Referrals and Contact Info

If you wish to make a self referral, please follow this link.

If you would like any further information or to speak to one of the team, please get in touch:


T: 02476 554468
E: team@cwmind.org.uk