Netwalking returns to support wellbeing at work

Get some fresh air with a new approach to networking. Wild in the City will be holding more sessions of our popular netwalks which were run last summer in Wandle Park, Croydon. Netwalks are free and are designed too support wellbeing at work by increasing time spent in nature during a working day, why wait until the weekend to enjoy the natural world and the health benefits of time in green spaces?

Netwalking is an alternative to indoor networking meetings where local professionals can make new contacts whilst enjoying a stroll through a local park. Our next walk will be held on Friday 11th August 2017 at 8am in South Norwood Lake grounds, home to Croydon Sailing Club and a pocket of semi ancient woodland which used to be part of the Great Northwood. For those who are able to stay after the approx. 45 minute walk, there will be a chance to join us at our basecamp in the woods for tea or coffee made over the fire.

The walk will be lead by Richard, meet him at the Woodvale Avenue entrance near the Waterside Centre, more details here.

Further walks will follow in parks throughout the borough, get in touch if you’d like to join our team of volunteer walk leaders. To receive updates on our netwalking programme email us at netwalking@wildinthecity.org.uk.

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