Our Drop-in support group runs once a month and offers the young people, and their families that we help a chance to meet within a nature, in a safe, friendly supportive environment. These groups offer an informal way for the whole family to meet other families and enjoy sharing a caring space together, within nature.

One to One Eco-Therapy Counselling

One to one counselling is offered to young people who wish to talk through some of the issues they are experiencing. We offer short term and longer term counselling within the calm setting of nature. Counselling is provided by experienced qualified counsellors. To find out more please see Counselling

Creative and Group Workshops

The Creative music and art therapeutic workshops offer young people a chance to experience deeper ways of connecting and developing friendships through storytelling, cooking, creating music, art projects and bushcraft. To find out more visit Creative Workshop Group

Circle Of Friendship

The Circle Of Friendship Program, funded by The Big Lottery Fund, aims to help visually impaired young people and their sighted peers form deeper connections with themselves, others and the environment.

Our 10 day program is based on significant natural changes during the seasons of the year.
To find out more visit Circle Of Friendship