The Get Better with Nature campaign isn’t just about learning about nature. It’s about encountering, experiencing and enjoying it directly!
We want to support people reconnecting with the natural world and help promote awareness of its value and benefits from the clean water we drink to the positive vibes we get from spending time out in the open.
That’s why in addition to our education programme and Community Forum, Get Better with Nature is kick-starting a series of Days of Action designed to boost our understanding of nature’s role in our lives through a hands-on interactive activity that the whole community can get involved in.
Designed to leave a positive lasting mark on one of the town’s most iconic green patches, our first Day of Action took place in Buxton, Derbyshire on Serpentine Walk opposite Pavilion Gardens. The event called on families, community groups and nature enthusiasts to take part in creating a brand new thriving meadowland habitat.
The event took place 23rd October 2014 and just like future Days of Action, was open to all members of the public and for families. Over 100 volunteers and local schoolchildren were joined by High Peak’s Andrew Bingham MP to make a lasting impact on one of the town’s most iconic spots.
The event included:
If you’d like to get involved in any future Days of Action or get further information about the campaign, contact us at email@example.com