A sustainable future for wildlife and people
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Our final story this Mental Health Awareness Week comes from our very own Nick Self – project officer on the Wellbeing Programme and warden of Morgan’s Hill nature reserve. In his story he tells us how fortunate he feels to be working for Wiltshire Wildlife Trust; but it’s also the Wellbeing Programme that is fortunate to have someone so passionate about wildlife and conservation and who also has the personal experience of dealing with mental health issues.Read more
Our next story this Mental Health Awareness Week comes from Elle who was suffering with PTSD; in her own words she tells us how the Wellbeing Programme helped her “stand on her own two feet again”.Read more
Over the next few days, to mark Mental Health Awareness Week, we will publish the stories of participants who came to the Wellbeing Programme struggling with stress, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression, and who managed to turn their lives around. Our first story comes from Darrren.Read more
A new eight-week Wellbeing Programme will be delivered in Tidworth this spring thanks to funding from the Tidworth Area Board.Read more
The Coombe Bissett Project with Heritage Lottery Fund is now officially underway! I’m Melissa Spiers, Project Officer at Coombe Bissett Down nature reserve. I’ll be running the community engagement events on the reserve over the next three years.Read more
Christine tells us of her 'Walk for Wiltshire' fundraising for Wiltshire Wildlife Trust and Salisbury District Hospital.Read more