Local nature based courses to help tackle stress depression anxiety and isolation
Free gardening and wellbeing sessions are available in Ealing thanks to Mind Food - a local social enterprise (soon-to-be charity) dedicated to helping people tackle stress, depression, anxiety and isolation.
The ‘Growing Wellbeing sessions are fun and informal, teaching food-growing alongside tips and techniques to nurture wellbeing.
The 6th session for these courses is a free visit to Kew Gardens, and participants also get to take home fresh veg they’ve helped to grow.
Participants’ ages have ranged from 18 to 82, and MindFood are passionate about promoting diversity and inclusivity. No gardening experience required!
The next free 6-session Growing Wellbeing course dates are as follows:
25th June for 6 Tuesday afternoons from 1 to 3.30pm at Horsenden Hill Farm near Perivale tube (UB6 7PB - on the 297 from Ealing Broadway, Perivale Library stop).
5th July for 6 Friday afternoons from 1 to 3.30pm at Cleveley Crescent Allotments near Hanger Lane tube (W5 1DZ - an easy hop on the 483 bus, getting off at Quill Street).
15th July for 6 Monday afternoons from 1 to 3.30pm at Cleveley Crescent Allotments near Hanger Lane tube (W5 1DZ - an easy hop on the 483 bus, getting off at Quill Street).
Free Mindfulness in Nature sessions are also available at Horsenden Farm on Thursday and Saturday mornings, from 10 to 11.30.
To sign up, or simply to find out more, contact email@example.com or visit the website: www.mindfood.org.uk.
19th June 2019