Wellbeing resources from S2R

S2R are creating lots of helpful online resources to help our wellbeing, creativity and connection with the outdoors. We encourage you have a look at what’s on offer and share this with anyone who might find it helpful.


‘How to’ videos & workshops

Video guides to making things at home, including bird feeders, handmade paper and wild garlic pesto, and looking after your wellbeing. From 18th May 2020 there’s also be a series of free online ‘How to’ workshops, starting with:

  • Eat Well & Save Pounds
  • Sew Simple
  • Nature Drawing
  • Song Writing

How to


50 Days Nature Challenge

Nature is good for our mental health and wellbeing. Each day s2R are sharing easy and simple activities or tasks for you to try at home, in the garden or out and about where possible.

50 Days Nature Challenge


Wellbeing Packs

It can be difficult to connect with others, remain engaged and stay motivated during this challenging time. These Wellbeing Packs are designed around the 5 Ways to Wellbeing, which is a nationally recognised initiative that aims to keep you fit and healthy by concentrating on 5 key elements.

Wellbeing Packs


Connect with S2R

S2R website

S2R Facebook

Email: Contact@s2r.org.uk

Forest Bathing

Modern life can leave you anxious and stressed. Enjoy the benefits of unwinding with this relaxing workshop. Creative, mindfulness and wellbeing expert, Rachel Howfield Massey, will help you tune into your senses and connect with nature leaving you stress-free and ready for anything.

Wednesday 19th June 2019 from 7pm to 8.30pm. Meet at The Scar Cafe, 1 Woodhead Road, Huddersfield HD4 6ER.

Open to adults and young people aged 12+. Please arrive 5-10 minutes before the session and wear appropriate clothing.

Free to families in Newsome, Berry Brow, Lockwood and Crosland Moor.

Forest Bathing

Nature’s Medicine

Find out which plants can support your wellbeing. Professional medical herbalist, Sue Salmon, will take you on a gentle stroll along the River Holme to discover medicinal plants and the benefits they bring. A free event open to families in Newsome, Berry Brow, Lockwood or Crosland Moor.

Tuesday 4th June 2019 from 7pm to 8pm. Meet at Scar Cafe, Lockwood. Please arrive 5-10 minutes before the event. Organised by River Holme Connections. This session is open to adults and young people aged 15+

Nature’s Medicine

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