Social Forestry Group
Social Forestry is about activities promoting health and well-being, delivered in a woodland setting. Social Forestry sessions support people to develop improved physical fitness, self-confidence, social confidence and self-esteem. Social Forestry is about having fun, leaving sessions smiling from the inside. U3A Social Forestry sessions encourage people to develop stronger connections with nature, other people and themselves through activities ranging from practical light woodland management tasks such as bird and butterfly habitat creation, to plant, bird and insect surveys.
Susan Collini, a qualified Social Forester, runs the U3A Social Forestry Group sessions on 2 Mondays and 2 Wednesdays a month between 9.30 a.m. and 12 noon.
You can read more about Social Forestry or have a chat with Susan on 01832 733457
The wood where we meet is a 20 acre block of ancient woodland dating back to 1328