After the snow ….

Spring Walks – that breathe of fresh spring air …..

Nature is finally waking up for spring, and blossom growing in streets, parks and gardens is a beautiful and welcoming sight. 

Spending time to dwell on nature can improve your wellbeing.  

Research shows that just 20 minutes could help to improve your mood.

But only six per cent of adults and seven per cent of children take the time to celebrate seasonal events such as the first day of spring.

Take a different route on your daily exercise to see if you can spot blossom in your neighbourhood and embrace the turn of the season.

Celebrate the season wherever you are and connect with nature to lift your spirits, even if it’s just for a moment or so.

Charity Dog Walk
Dog Friendly Outdoor
The Carnarvon Arms, Winchester Road Whitway RG20 9LE

Charity Dog Walk

Charity Dog Walk | The walk will last approximately 1 hour - bringing us back perfectly in time for a

Creative Wellbeing Walks
Hungerford and Mortimer

Creative Wellbeing Walks

Creative Wellbeing Walks| Walks around West Berkshire

European robin bird eating, animal
BBOWT Dog Friendly
Greenham and Crookham Commons , Burys Bank Road , Thatcham, Berkshire, RG19 8DB (nearest to Control Tower car park)

Greenham Common Bird Walk

Greenham Common Bird Walk | A wonderful setting for a bird walk.

Bats at The Museum
The Wharf, Newbury RG14 5AS

Bats at The Museum

Bats at The Museum | A walk by local bat expert James Shipman about the life of these amazing creatures.

Dawn Chorus Walk
Nature Discovery Centre, Muddy Lane, Lower Way, Thatcham, Berkshire, RG19 3FU

Dawn Chorus Walk

Dawn Chorus Walk | Join the birds to greet the morning and celebrate the beauty of the Dawn Chorus.

Head sculpture, work of art
Dog Friendly Exhibitions
Shaw House, Church Rd, Shaw, Newbury RG14 2DR

Open Air Sculpture Exhibition

From Saturday 30 July – Sunday 25 September, the Orangery Lawn at Shaw House will be transformed into an open

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