Sussex Wildlife Trust shares ways to stay connected with nature and help your wellbeing

A big thank you to all gdb members who are keyworkers or finding new ways to support customers and communities during this crisis.


During this time, whether on the front line or working from home it's so important not to lose our connection with nature, and the health and wellbeing benefits it provides. Sussex Wildlife Trust has produced some easy ways to help you and your family connect with nature. Take a break and read Michael Blencowe's entertaining daily wildlife diary, Take part in the Garden Bird Race, or get creative with one of our Wildlife Watch activities. Whether you've got five minutes or an hour, or you need an activity to entertain the kids there's plenty of ways you can bring a little wildlife into your day. Visit sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/gowildathome


When working from home, it can be really easy to stay in front of a screen all day and never venture outdoors. Creating a routine with regular breaks will help structure your working day, and have a positive impact on your wellbeing. Take time to stop and stare from your window or in your garden, and notice the sights and sounds of nature around you. From new leaves and buds that might be emerging, to wonderful bird song, it's amazing what you can discover. Read The Wildlife Trusts blog for more tips on staying connected to nature whilst working from home, including links to national wildlife webcams www.wildlifetrusts.org/blog/guest/how-work-home-and-stay-connected-nature


To help you, and your colleagues enjoy nature Sussex Wildlife Trust is also sharing amazing photos, videos, blogs, and activities for everyone, through their social media channels, do follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn


For further information, or if you would like to share how you and your colleagues are connecting with nature please contact Louise Collins, Corporate and Community Fundraising Officer LouiseCollins@sussexwt.org.uk


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