Bringing people together for better health and wellbeing
Only 13% of the Islington’s land is green space, the second lowest proportion of any local authority in the country. (State of Equalities in Islington- Annual Report 2019: Islington Council, 2019)
That is why our nature programmes are so vitally needed.
"It's good for community mental health. I feel serene after I have worked in the garden, it makes me feel confident and happier and energised....It builds my self-confidence"
Click through to find out about each project.
Katy Connell, mindfulness practitioner and Friday event host at the Stuart Low Trust, feels there spending time being mindful within nature enhances the enjoyment of both. Watch the videos to learn about benefits of mindfulness and connecting with nature and opportunities to engage in guided mediations with Katy.
Visits to natural places in or around the capital.
Gardening Project at Culpeper Community Garden, Islington.