Celebrating May As Naturally Healthy Month

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Celebrating May As Naturally Healthy Month
This May will once again be known as Naturally Healthy Month, as Active Devon and Public Health in Somerset coordinate its Naturally Healthy Campaign on behalf of the Devon and Somerset Local Nature Partnership.

During May there will be a wide range of activities and chances to celebrate your local 'wild' outdoor spaces, landscapes and environments and improve your sense of health and wellbeing with a great series of planned events.

There will be something for people of all ages and abilities; from nature art and outdoor volunteering, to wildlife and singing walks- with a particular emphasis on supporting individuals who are less physically active, suffer with mental health issues or who feel isolated.

To find out more and to download a copy of the events plan, please go to http://www.somersetwildlife.org/Naturally_Healthy_Month.html

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