Wild Possibilities Wellbeing Woodland

by Chel Edinburgh in Plymouth, England, United Kingdom

£6,059

raised in 81 days

66

supporters

My mission is to buy several acres of land within Plymouth for rewilding and for creative outdoor therapies and environmental arts therapy.

by Chel Edinburgh in Plymouth, England, United Kingdom

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Amanda Jones 2nd December 2020

Hi Michelle, what you are doing sounds absolutely great and I'm so happy to support it. My heart is in nature and particularly connected with trees. I run Connecting with Trees workshops so others can connect deeply with them and would love to run these workshops at your woodland in the future. I'd love to connect with you about this when the time's right. Amanda, Radiant Love

Community Grants, PCC 1st December 2020

Community Grant Funding contribution of £250 has been made on behalf of the Plymstock Dunstone ward Councillor. Councillor Nigel Churchill is proud to be supporting Wild Possibilities Wellbeing Woodland.

Community Grants, PCC 27th November 2020

Community Grant funding contribution of £100 was made on behalf of the Sutton & Mount Gould Councillor. Councillor Sue Dann is proud to support Wild Possibilities Wellbeing Woodland.

Community Grants, PCC 26th November 2020

Community Grant Funding contribution of £100 was made on behalf of the Devonport Ward Councillor. Councillor Kate Taylor is proud to support Wild Possibilities Wellbeing Woodland.

Community Grants, PCC 26th November 2020

Community Grant Funding contribution of £200 was made on behalf of the Drake Ward Councillor. Councillor Margaret Corvid is proud to support Wild Possibilities Wellbeing Woodland.

kecadviser 19th November 2020

This is a fantastic project for Plymouth community to help with mental health and wellbeing. I hope people can support it to reach the target 🌹

Cecilie Browne 14th November 2020

This is a great project - I know how important time spent in nature and being connected to the environment is for positive mental health and a feeling of wellbeing, particularly in these difficult times.

jyotimax 10th November 2020

I sincerely hope this project gets off the ground - we can all do with a safe healing environment to explore, enjoy and experience our true nature.

Linda Winn 8th November 2020

Great project much needed at this time, Michelle. Would be happy to donate an ad-hoc arts psychotherapy or research supervision session towards the project too.

Let's make 'Wild Possibilities Wellbeing Woodland' happen

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