Woodland wellbeing for Armed Forces Veterans
Thanks to funding from the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust are working in partnership with Achieving Results in Communities (ARC) to deliver ‘Wilder Wellbeing in the Woods’.
We are offering armed forces veterans living in Coventry and Warwickshire a FREE 7 or 8 week woodland wellbeing course.
Join other veterans spending one day a week in the woods making fires, learning and sharing bush-craft skills, swapping stories, exploring and managing the woodland and using nature to feel well.
The current courses available are as follows:
Start Date: Monday 7th June 2021
Location: Tallis Wood, Radford Semele (transport provided from Leamington if required)
Time: 10:30am - 3:30pm
Then every Monday for 6 weeks after the first session.
Start Date: Wednesday 21 July 2021
Location: Cock Robin Wood, Rugby, CV22 6PP
Time: 10:45am to 3pm
Then every Wednesday for 7 weeks after the first session.
To book your place, or if you would like to receive more details about the course and let us know that you’re interested, please contact Man-Lan Adams on:
What's the experience like?
Here's a quote from a veteran who experienced a Bushcraft course with us. After completing the course this veteran became a walks leader for The Ramblers Association’ in Coventry:
The group camaraderie enriched the experience, helping each person to learn and grow
Strangers became friends who now share each other’s feelings and abilities
Initial scepticism changed to enthusiasm thanks to the staff from TEaM and members of the group working together