Join London Wildlife Trust and Black Girls Hike C.I.C. to explore Walthamstow Wetlands and build your confidence in the outdoors.
 

Are you a young woman aged 16-25 and living in London? Do you enjoy spending time outdoors or want to find out about how nature can boost your mental health and wellbeing?

London Wildlife Trust and Black Girls Hike C.I.C. have teamed up to deliver an exciting series of guided walks this Autumn! Join us for the opportunity to explore nature at Walthamstow Wetlands, build your confidence in the outdoors and explore the five ways to wellbeing through walking, talking and interactive activities.

Receive mentoring from the Black Girls Hike team and explore the wetlands through a calming guided walk to discover wildlife and wellbeing on your doorstep.

Who are the Wild Walks for?

This opportunity is for young women and girls aged 16-25, specifically from Black, Asian and minoritised ethnic backgrounds .

When are the walks taking place and what’s included?

Sessions are FREE to attend! Choose from one of two dates:

  • Sunday 28th November (10am – 3pm)
  • Sunday 5th December 2021 (10am – 3pm)

Lunch and travel expenses are all covered by us – we provide a voucher for the onsite cafe for lunch and we can reimburse you for the cost of your travel (within Greater London zones 1-6).

Sign up via Eventbrite to receive an email with the registration form, where you can also select which day suits you. Places are limited and assigned on a first come first served basis, so sign up now!

Find out more about the work that London Wildlife Trust and Black Girls Hike C.I.C do here: www.bghuk.com and www.wildlondon.org.uk

This opportunity is funded by Natural England.

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