Clover launches free Wellbeing in Nature walks in HR9

Research tells us that making a connection with nature can make us feel a whole lot better so we’re delighted to announce that Clover project partner, Herefordshire Wildlife Trust, has now launched its free 12 week Wellbeing in Nature course starting on Tuesday 27 July for anyone in the HR9 area.

Join group leader, Karen, on these small weekly group walks at 11am in and around Ross-on-Wye, where you will learn how to make connections with nature to help your wellbeing and explore other ways to make connections through some very simple creative tips.

This is a chance to meet new people and share ideas and you will also receive suggestions on how to continue the themes at home including:

  • Five Ways to Wellbeing and nature connectedness
  • Wildlife spotting
  • Nature identification
  • Introduction to mindfulness

Support can also be provided to help you attend, eg, if you need to bring a companion or carer with you, so just let the team know when you book and they can support with transport to get you there or advice on how to get online if any of the sessions take place via Zoom.

For more information and how to book, call 01989 313002 (leave your details and someone will call you back) or reserve your place online by visiting the Clover website at

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