The 2017 Naturally Healthy May Somerset programme is now ready. Click on the PDF link to see what's on in your area. Activities are taking place across the county, many of which are free — ranging from natural art to outdoor singing ,from nature walks to volunteering with Somerset's Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty Rangers. With over 50 opportunities to get outside throughout the Month there's bound to be something for you.
Each activity includes contact details for the lead provider — so to find out more or to book a place please contact them directly. Please support Naturally Healthy May Somerset by talking about events and sharing photographs on Social Media tagging @healthnhills and #LetNatureNurture.
More information about Naturally Healthy Month 2017: Getting out into the natural world is good fun and great for our health. The Naturally Healthy campaign is about inspiring us all to get outside and enjoy Somerset's amazing natural environment. During May 2017, Active Devon and Public Health in Somerset will be coordinating a Naturally Healthy Campaign on behalf of the Devon and Somerset Local Nature Partnership's. Building on the success of Devon's previous campaigns, Somerset will be joining in with the activities this year. Collectively it is hoped that promotion and activities engage the follow audiences.
Inactive or less physically active people
People experiencing mental health issues
People experiencing social isolation
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