Come and join us at this exciting pilot RSA Fellow-led event supported by the RSA.
A celebration for all ages at Tortworth Arboretum in south Gloucestershire, the aim of this event is to focus on getting to the heart of human well-being and evolving a nature mindset.
There’ll be a number of volunteer nature guides who provide free experiences that give participants the awareness skills they need to see the natural environment in a new way. The answers are all around you and on your own doorstep. ‘Seeing the Woods for the Trees’ will show you how. Join in to take a new look at how and why being in nature can help you to access your individual and collective well-being.
The guides will include some local leading lights. From naturists, ecologists, artists, educationalists, community groups, to healers and more, together they are all on hand in this remarkable environment to help you “see the woods for the trees”.
We're still on the look out for a few more volunteers - find out how you can take part.
Once you've booked a place you will be contacted nearer the time to choose allocated time slots for walks and talks on the day - make sure to keep an eye out for the email and book fast to avoid disappointment!
For more information, please contact RSA project lead Alan Bec FRSA: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07949058945
Location: Tortworth Arboretum, Tortworth, Wotton-under-Edge, GL12 8HH