Stepping into Nature
Stepping into Nature – is helping to deliver health and well-being benefits for Dorset’s older people, including those living with dementia and their carers. Using Dorset’s outstanding natural and cultural landscape to create and provide dementia friendly activities and sensory rich places to visit in Dorset.
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We have a range of activities available. Please click on each activity or more information.
Other Local Activities
Click here if you haven't found a Stepping into Activity to suit you, perhaps one of these activities would be for you.
Community Pot Fund
‘Stepping into Nature’ is awarding grants to local communities for projects which improve the health and wellbeing of people in later life, those with dementia and their carers by enabling them to connect to nature.
Grants available range from £100 up to £2000. This funding will support 70% of the costs with the remaining 30% in kind or volunteer hours. If you have a project that you would like to get funded, particularly in Dorchester, Bridport, Beaminster, Swanage, Lyme Regis, Chickerell or the immediate surrounding areas then we would like to hear from you.
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Gallery and Quotes
Clickhere to view pictures and hear what people think about our project.
Stepping into Nature is going on a roadshow throughout April. This is your chance to meet the team, chat about the activities on offer and take away some leaflets. We will be in various locations across Dorset. Look forward to seeing you there. Download a posterhere.
9.30 - 1.30
Bridport Bucky Doo
9 - 2.30
Weymouth Radipole Park and Gardens
11 – 2.30
Dorchester High Street
10 – 2.30
20 th April
Lyme Regis beach front (near National Trust Shop)
Wareham on Quay Square
8 - 2
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Click here to read more background information, including reports from our pilot project and more.
For more information on the project or for enquires please email us firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Julie Hammon on 01305 224785.