Connecting Hospitalfield to local landscapes and promoting wellbeing through walking, Meander is led by our volunteer walk leaders.
The Meander project connects Hospitalfield to local landscapes through walking – exploring themes of growing, cooking, eating, and weaving into our art and heritage activity. Led by Hospitalfield’s volunteer walk leaders, the project promotes wellbeing through walking and cultivates a place where people can enjoy being active at their own pace.
Volunteering opportunities with Meander include: joining a walk, training to be a walk leader, and helping devise new routes.
Find out more about Meander walks and events on our what’s on page.
Contact Annie Crabtree (Volunteer Coordinator) for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01241 656 124.
“The gardens are a wonderful place for peaceful contemplation: walking in a real life secret garden where you can connect with the beauties of the natural world.”
Julie, Volunteer Walk Leader
“I work in a stressful job and enjoy walking as a stress buster and escape from the rigors of work. Last spring, as a newly qualified Paths for All Walk Leader, I joined the Meander group. The sights, sounds and smells of this woodland and garden were a sensory delight – the epitome of promoting wellbeing. I knew I would be spending more time here”
Willi, Volunteer Walk Leader