Get creative in nature – free course

Written by Jane Mainey

15 Feb 2022

Research tells us that making a connection with nature can make us feel better and improve our mental health, so why not take advantage of our free Clover course and get creative outdoors? There are still a few places available on our weekly ‘Getting Creative in Nature’ course so book now, get outdoors and enjoy meeting new people (no prior art or craft experience necessary!).

Alithea from the Hereford Wildlife Trust is hosting these sessions every Wednesday morning at 11am in the Ross-on-Wye Community Gardens where you will explore nature to inspire you to be creative during the winter months. These small informal groups will consist of both outdoor and online sessions and will include nature identification, what to look out for plus photography, creating collages and writing.

There are still 4 spaces left if you are booking online – or additional places may be available if you ring us – so why not try it out and see where it takes you?

Course: Getting Creative in Nature

When: every Wednesday at 11am until 23 March 2022

Where: Ross-on-Wye Community Gardens, 29 Gloucester Road HR9 5AA (covered and outdoor spaces)

Host: Alithea

Cost: FREE to HR9 postcode residents


Accessibility: We can provide support to help you attend! If you need a companion in order to help you attend, just let us know. We can also help to get you online and offer transport to the outdoor sessions.

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1 Comment

  1. Ann Johnson

    I am a member of the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust and would love to have joined this Get Creative in Nature Course – but I didn’t hear about it from HWT.

    Have just noticed it on the Community Development Trust notice board. Am signing up for CDT emails now.


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