This week is National Storytelling Week and it reminds us just how important is for all of us of any age to think about how stories can really help us right now to cope with longer periods of confinement and times away from family and friends.
It seems that more and more of us are being faced with having to self-isolate because we have been in contact with someone who has the virus or alternatively we may have contracted it ourselves.
Perhaps we are vulnerable and are shielding, or looking maybe after someone else in that situation? Either way, spending extended periods alone can be a difficult time and it can be helpful to look at some simple and natural ways to ease the feelings of isolation...
Residents of our local village (Astwood) were keen to raise funds for their new play area and so Wild For Life agreed to hold a two day activity club, where all proceeds went straight to the play area fund.
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What if emerging from lockdown gives back the missing piece of childhood to our children?
It seems that due to an enforced lock down and after many families spending far more time together than ever before, we have finally turned to nature and the outdoors to provide physical and mental health and to help us cope...