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Wellbeing Wednesdays: Keighley Cliffe Castle Park
22nd February 2024

A wellbeing group for adults in Cliffe Castle Park to reduce stress and feel more positive. Activities such as natural crafts, nature walks, fire lighting, campfire cooking, clay art, and whittling will be incorporated. There are some steep hills in the park. No dogs or children please. 

 

The session will run from 1pm until 3pm, meeting outside the cafe at Cliffe Castle.

 

This is a child-free and dog-free session to allow relaxation for all

 

participants. Please switch your mobile phone to silent at the

 

beginning of the event and avoid making and receiving calls during the

 

session.

 

On the 13th of March, Val from Truly Essential will be leading a tai-chi taster session.

 

The group will be run by:

 

Sue Barker from Get Out More, a social enterprise on a mission to help people engage with nature to feel better in mind and body. Sue is a qualified forest school leader. 

 

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Free event but places must be booked in advance.   If the group is full, please add your name to the waiting list.

 

Sessions will be occasionally supported by:

 

Rachel Shaw of Earthed Yoga

 

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Val Preston of Truly Essential Holistic and Tai chi

 

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Wild Wellbeing is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund

 

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Outdoor Taskforce – Otley Dry Stone Walling
19th February 2024

Join the Outdoor Taskforce on the 15th of March in the newly community owned Weston Woods.  We will have an experienced Dry Stone Waller leading us as we rebuild a section of wall in the Woodland.

 

Please meet at 9.30AM, at Sainsbury’s Car Park, Keighley

 

We will be returning for around 3pm.

 

Bring a packed lunch and water and any medication you need to stay healthy, we will provide teas and coffee.

 

Please wear stout boots with a hardened toe cap if you have some, gloves for the activity will be provided.

 

If you are a new volunteer, then we ask you to fill in the form below so we can contact you and collect any necessary details. If you have any access needs, we can cover travel expenses for volunteers e.g. mileage, bus or train tickets, just bring a receipt or your ticket.

Forest School Family Play Project – Peel Park
19th February 2024

There is so much to see and do outdoors it is the ideal place for young children to learn and play.

 

Seasonal activities such as arts and crafts, nature discovery, games, swings and nature-based play for young children and their families.

 

Children must be accompanied by an adult. The sessions are aimed at children aged 0-3 years, but older siblings are welcome.

 

There’s no need to book, but space may be limited during busy periods.

 

Please check the Forest School Play Project Facebook group for updates as sessions may change at short notice due to weather etc.

 

Meet at the Park

Forest School Family Play Project – Peel Park
19th February 2024

There is so much to see and do outdoors it is the ideal place for young children to learn and play.

 

Seasonal activities such as arts and crafts, nature discovery, games, swings and nature-based play for young children and their families.

 

Children must be accompanied by an adult. The sessions are aimed at children aged 0-3 years, but older siblings are welcome.

 

There’s no need to book, but space may be limited during busy periods.

 

Please check the Forest School Play Project Facebook group for updates as sessions may change at short notice due to weather etc.

 

Meet at the Park

Forest School Family Play Project – Peel Park
19th February 2024

There is so much to see and do outdoors it is the ideal place for young children to learn and play.

 

Seasonal activities such as arts and crafts, nature discovery, games, swings and nature-based play for young children and their families.

 

Children must be accompanied by an adult. The sessions are aimed at children aged 0-3 years, but older siblings are welcome.

 

There’s no need to book, but space may be limited during busy periods.

 

Please check the Forest School Play Project Facebook group for updates as sessions may change at short notice due to weather etc.

 

Meet at the Park

Forest School Family Play Project – Peel Park
19th February 2024

There is so much to see and do outdoors it is the ideal place for young children to learn and play.

 

Seasonal activities such as arts and crafts, nature discovery, games, swings and nature-based play for young children and their families.

 

Children must be accompanied by an adult. The sessions are aimed at children aged 0-3 years, but older siblings are welcome.

 

There’s no need to book, but space may be limited during busy periods.

 

Please check the Forest School Play Project Facebook group for updates as sessions may change at short notice due to weather etc.

 

Meet at the Park

Forest School Family Play Project – Bradford Moor Park
19th February 2024

There is so much to see and do outdoors it is the ideal place for young children to learn and play.

 

Seasonal activities such as arts and crafts, nature discovery, games, swings and nature-based play for young children and their families.

 

Children must be accompanied by an adult. The sessions are aimed at children aged 0-3 years, but older siblings are welcome.

 

There’s no need to book, but space may be limited during busy periods.

 

Please check the Forest School Play Project Facebook group for updates as sessions may change at short notice due to weather etc.

 

Meet at the Play area

Forest School Family Play Project – Bradford Moor Park
19th February 2024

There is so much to see and do outdoors it is the ideal place for young children to learn and play.

 

Seasonal activities such as arts and crafts, nature discovery, games, swings and nature-based play for young children and their families.

 

Children must be accompanied by an adult. The sessions are aimed at children aged 0-3 years, but older siblings are welcome.

 

There’s no need to book, but space may be limited during busy periods.

 

Please check the Forest School Play Project Facebook group for updates as sessions may change at short notice due to weather etc.

 

Meet at the Play area

Forest School Family Play Project – Bradford Moor Park
19th February 2024

There is so much to see and do outdoors it is the ideal place for young children to learn and play.

 

Seasonal activities such as arts and crafts, nature discovery, games, swings and nature-based play for young children and their families.

 

Children must be accompanied by an adult. The sessions are aimed at children aged 0-3 years, but older siblings are welcome.

 

There’s no need to book, but space may be limited during busy periods.

 

Please check the Forest School Play Project Facebook group for updates as sessions may change at short notice due to weather etc.

 

Meet at the Play area

Forest School Family Play Project – Bradford Moor Park
19th February 2024

There is so much to see and do outdoors it is the ideal place for young children to learn and play.

 

Seasonal activities such as arts and crafts, nature discovery, games, swings and nature-based play for young children and their families.

 

Children must be accompanied by an adult. The sessions are aimed at children aged 0-3 years, but older siblings are welcome.

 

There’s no need to book, but space may be limited during busy periods.

 

Please check the Forest School Play Project Facebook group for updates as sessions may change at short notice due to weather etc.

 

Meet at the Play area



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