Force of Nature

Women's Woodland Wellbeing

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& connect to a region-wide group of women and opportunities to get outdoors, get adventurous, and get back to nature.  

Who is is for?

Women's Woodland Wellbeing is for Women who would like to improve their mental health and wellbeing, connect to nature, take part in nature crafts and belong to a community of women who support each other. We currently have groups in Byker and Chopwell and will shortly be starting groups in 3 new locations. 

When/Where does it happen? 

Chopwell: We meet fortnightly on Fridays 12-2 Please get in touch to confirm dates. 

Byker/Ouseburn: 26th April 2022, 10th, 24th May, 7th, 21st June, 5th, 19th July, 2, 16, 30th August, 13th, 20 Sept. 

How will I get there?

Chopwell: We will meet new members outside the Londis on Tay Street at 12am, or if you're an existing member, you can come straight to site. 

Byker/Ouseburn: come and join us at Ouseburn Community allotment, behind the Cumberland Arms/Stephen Street, Byker - https://goo.gl/maps/UbjgfpdXYf6PjG25A

What activities will I take part in? 

Our women's wellbeing days are all about women coming together to support each other, and connect with nature. You will get to learn some bushcraft skills such as traditional fire-lighting and whittling, cooking on open fires and foraging. Each session we will also be teaching new art techniques and exploring some creative skills that are accessible to all. Everyone can choose what they would like to do, so there's no requirement to any of the activities. You'll also get to meet some great new people and join our Women of the woods community!

How do I join, or refer someone? 

Our sessions are free to join and attend.

Get in touch to join us by filling in this simple form or send us an email/call/sms hello@northeastwilds.org 07713642169

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