The trustees were delighted to support the Wilder Life Wellbeing CIC with a further grant to fund the Family Nature Connection days for ISEND families (families with a child with special educational needs and/or a disability).
Helen Stringfellow and Penny Hotchkin of Wilder Lifer Wellbeing reported
“We are delighted to share with you that with the support of the John Jackson Charitable Trust, Wilder Life Wellbeing CIC was able to offer the precious opportunity for ISEND families to spend a day in the stunning Herstmonceux Castle Woods. This was to experience a range of natural crafts, bush craft and nature connection activities together as a family and to have the opportunity to spend time outside and immersed in nature in the warmer Spring weather, something they are rarely able to do. The funding enabled us to offer sessions for individual family bubbles, making them COVID safe and allowing us to follow government guidelines.”
For more information about the work of Wilder Life Wellbeing CIC please visit their website www.wilderlifewellbeing.com