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Programmes

We are currently delivering the following programmes:

Positive Pathways

"The Positive Pathways project is helping me reflect on my skills and builds my confidence to take the next steps." - Participant, 23
 

Positive Pathways programme is funded by European Social Fund and the Skills Funding Agency through Groundwork UK. It is aimed at building confidence and increasing self-development and employabilty skills in individuals 18 years and above.

We deliver workshops on bushcraft, survival skills, employability skills (writing a CV, interviews and applications), volunteering, gardening and more.

We work cohorts of 8-10 young people, 1 day a week, over 6 weeks and deliver bushcraft and survival skills, life skills and employability skills. We also have the allotment provision and group support sessions that participants can join in with.

We are looking for referrals through partner organisations and if you are interested in joining us, please contact us

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

  1. 18 years and above
  2. Have the right to live and work in the UK

Please securely email the referral form (Word Document) back to us at info@wild-earth.org.uk.
 

Referral Form

 

Allotment Project

"The allotment is a ray of sunshine in my world of darkness." - Participant, 19
 

The allotment programme is funded by UK Youth. It is aimed at building confidence and increasing mental health and well-being for young people affected by the pandemic.

We deliver weekly workshops at our allotment based at Lake View Allotments in Coventry.

We work cohorts of 8-10 young people, every week and cover aspects of horticulture, nature awareness and peer support. 
We are looking for referrals through partner organisations and if you are interested in joining us, please contact us

Please securely email the referral form (Word Document) back to us at info@wild-earth.org.uk.

Nature On Your Doorstep

Nature On Your Doorstep is funded by Coventry City of Culture. This project is led by youth voice about their experience and connection with their local natural environment.

Focused in Spon End, Lake View Park, Lake View Allotments and the Chapelfields area, the young people are working with artists and practitioners to use photography, film, arts and crafts as a way of doumenting the bio-diversity and their connection with nature.

Young people aged 14 - 25 years of age are eligible to a part of this project and if you are interested, please get in touch with us at info@wild-earth.org.uk.