Connect with nature on regular walks in and around Lancaster, learning about your local wildlife patch and seeing changes throughout the year.

What are wildlife wellbeing walks?

The aim of the walks are to immerse yourself in the natural world, engaging with nature for a mindful and relaxing experience, but also to meet other like-minded individuals in a small, social group.

Who leads the walks?

Ros has an academic background in botany, ecology and field biology. She brings this expertise, along with her gentle, friendly approach when guiding the walks, so you can trust in the things you’ll learn whilst walking.

Wildlife Wellbeing Walks - A Community Interest Company

As a Community Interest Company, it is part of our core business to provide social value. We offer nurturing, nature-based wellbeing experiences that are accessible to the whole community.

Working in partnership with other local businesses, we provide a range of activities both indoors and out, exploring our natural world and the current challenges faced through climate change and habitat loss. We also focus on mindfulness practice to enhance wellbeing and enable us to switch off from social pressures.

Through funding applications we will be able to provide a range of opportunities for those who might not otherwise have access to the services that we can provide.

Image of Forrest Hills lake

Wellbeing in the workplace

We can provide talks about wellbeing combined with interactive outdoor sessions to help your employees get closer to nature and take time out in a mindful way.

Ros gave a great & insightful talk on 5 ways to well-being... showing us the beauty of getting outside was really beneficial


I always feel better after one of Ros's walks and she has shown me bits of Lancaster I didn't know existed! Highly recommended!


A guided walk with Ros is the perfect antidote to our going nowhere fast society. She teaches you to slow down and look more closely at nature.

Nicky Graves