NHS staff, patients and the local community all have key roles to play in the NHS Forest project.
The NHS Forest is a project coordinated by the charity, the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare. Funded by charitable trusts, corporate and individual sponsorship, the project’s central aims are to:
- improve the health and wellbeing of staff, patients and communities through increasing access to green space on or near to NHS land
- encourage greater social cohesion between NHS sites and the local communities around them
- spark projects that bring together professionals and volunteers to use new and existing woodland for art, food crops, reflective or exercise spaces and to encourage biodiversity
Come to our annual conference looking at Creating Healing Environments on 7th October and find out more about us
Click on the button to add a tree to the NHS Forest
Find out more about the NHS Forest in our new video