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Over 50's "Mindfulness in Nature Walks'

Explore and visit nature to help you slow down and feel a sense of calm whilst enjoying physical activity in the outdoors.

We will focus on the five senses to promote mindfulness through a connection with nature.

For beginners to advanced - just come with an open mind.

Umbrella org:
Your Trust
Area serviced:
Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale
Contact name:
Sarah Shard
07976 498 629
Who is it for:
Over 50's
How to apply:
Telephone Sarah for further details.

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