Wild Wellbeing


OUR WILD WELLBEING SESSIONS HAVE PAUSED FOR NOW DUE TO THE CURRENT FUNDING ENDING. However, we are in the process of applying for more funding and are hopeful we will resume very soon. Watch this space for details.

Wild Wellbeing sessions are a wonderful opportunity for older community members to spend time in nature with new friends. Fully funded, this group is free to attend. We explore the natural worlds through the seasons, crafting with natural, foraged materials- and of course we will be drinking tea by the fire.

Our wonderful Co-Director and Manager for Youth and Adults, Lou, is always so happy to chat with those considering coming along. Send her an email with your name and number, or ask a family member or friend to do this for you, and she will be happy to call you.

Lou Walker: lou4learninginnature@gmail.com

Sessions run on Fridays, but we do stop for holidays. Please get in touch with Lou to check dates and to book.


The Wild Meadow, Beccles

Falcon Meadow, Bungay

Age Group:

65+ years

Our Adventures:

Forest School for older community members.

We work with a variety of funding organisations to ensure these sessions are free to attend. Our latest block was funded by the Community Partnership: East Suffolk Council Funding. We are so very grateful that they have given us the opportunity to provide this wonderful group.

Forest School leader Lou invites you to a weekly gathering at both Falcon Meadow, Bungay, and The Wild Meadow, by Beccles Common, to reconnect with nature.

Every Friday, 10:00am to 12:00noon at Falcon Meadow, Bungay

Every Friday, 2:00pm to 4:00pm at The Wild Meadow, Beccles

Our Wild Wellbeing attendees are a wonderfully welcoming group of adults who regularly tell us just how much they appreciate the opportunity to connect with likeminded adults. Recent highlights of Wild Wellbeing sessions include making some beautiful clay birds and roasting chestnuts on the fire.

To find out more, please contact Lou for a chat:



Please dress for the weather, and bring your own cup for wild tea.