Are you involved in a project or activity that gets people outdoors and benefits their health and wellbeing? We’d love to hear from you!
The Green Health Network is meeting on Tuesday 24th October in Brodick Hall, and is a chance for people on Arran to come together, learn, share ideas, and make connections.
As well as an opportunity for the Green Health Partnership (GHP) to learn from the accomplishments that Arran makes when it comes to environment, health and wellbeing. We welcome all, whether you are an individual, community group or organisation.
If you have an interest in training, funding, networking with like-minded individuals, sharing knowledge, skills or resources we encourage all who are interested in the work of the GHP or indeed Green Health to attend.
There will be refreshments for those in attendance.
If you want to find out more about the Green Health Network or to get involved in the next event, then contact the Green Health Partnership Senior Project Officer on: email@example.com or 07773 200525. Alternatively, you can go to our webpages to learn more about us on www.nagreenhealth.org.uk
About the NA Green Health Partnership
North Ayrshire Green Health Partnership (NAGHP) is part of the Our Natural Health Service Programme. A national cross government initiative, led by Nature Scot, which aims to create a step change in how the natural environment can be used, valued and protected as a precious resource which supports our health and wellbeing.
We are one of four demonstration projects in Scotland (others in Highland, Lanarkshire and Dundee), who are working with their local communities to encourage people to spend more time outdoors in contact with nature every day through promoting green volunteering, pastimes, recreation, learning and active travel.
Featured image shows Aspen leaves accessed at scottishnativewoods.blogspot.com