Green Routes to Wellbeing is a project run by volunteers.
We carry out volunteer work on a variety of greenspaces around Strathearn which is in Perthshire, Scotland.
We carry out a variety of tasks including horticultural work, woodland management, footpath maintenance, habitat management and lots more.
We encourage people to get active in greenspaces as a way to improve their health and wellbeing, either through volunteering as part of our group or by using sites we help maintain.
Green Routes to Wellbeing evolved from a project that was run jointly between Perth & Kinross Council and NHS Tayside, this was called Community Greenspace Volunteers.
The group would meet PKC Greenspace Ranger on a woodland or park site and the group would spend the afternoon carrying out gardening tasks, conservation or woodland management tasks.
In 2016 this group evolved and became Green Routes to Wellbeing. The group is now a constituted group run by the members. They decide which activities they’d like to get involved in, where they want to go and what they want to do.
If you would like to contact Green Routes to Wellbeing please use the form below, someone will get back to you as soon as possible.