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As part of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek a new initiative has been launched to help businesses support their staff’s mental health and wellbeing when returning to work by closely connecting them with nature. The Melton Building Society has supported Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust (LRWT) to launch their new ‘Wild Wellbeing Walks’. The walks, facilitated in the beautiful…

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This week is Mental Health Awareness week and throughout this week we’ve been sharing with colleagues lots of resources, tips and advice on different areas of mental health which also included some videos from our Mental Health First Aid Team, the theme this year is ‘Nature’.

We have some very exciting news to share!

As part of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek we’re so pleased to share a great a new initiative to support our colleague’s mental health and wellbeing when returning to work by closely connecting them with nature.

We’ve supported Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust (LRWT) to launch their new ‘Wild Wellbeing Walks’!

The walks, facilitated in the beautiful and calming surroundings of the Rutland Water Nature Reserve, will provide the opportunity to learn more about their important conservation work, experience the amazing ospreys and to enjoy a relaxed guided walk amongst the calm sights, sounds and wonder of nature.

Visiting colleagues will also be treated to a locally sourced lunch at their volunteer training centre where they can witness a range of rare birds across the lagoon. They will also leave with tips and advice on how to benefit from and support nature’s recovery and continue their wildlife journey.

We’ve helped fund the production of an exciting new publication called ‘Your Guide to the Wild places of Leicestershire and Rutland’, which lists everything people need to know about visiting the Trust’s nature reserves and will be given to every participant in our wild wellbeing walks.

We will also be running several initiatives to help raise ongoing funds for the charity and raise awareness of the Wildlife Trust’s work, including a Wildlife Trust membership offer and free wildlife packs for children who open one of our ‘Wild Ones Young Saver Accounts’. We’ll also be encouraging own colleagues to engage with nature by taking part in a Wild Wellbeing Day at one of the Trust’s nature reserves.

Simon Taylor, Chief Executive of the Melton said:
“The Society has championed sustainability in creating mortgage and savings products that recognise eco-friendly behaviour for many years, so forging a relationship with our local Wildlife Trust was a natural connection for us. We are very excited to be able to build on our green initiatives by encouraging enjoyment of the natural world and increasing awareness of the fantastic work of the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust.”

Tim Graham, CEO of Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust said:
“We understand that people have found the last year very difficult mentally. Despite this they have connected with nature and benefited. We are delighted to offer businesses the opportunity to assist their staff, provide a positive and unique experience and help improve their mental wellbeing through these guided walks.

We are really excited about our partnership with the Rutland Wildlife Trust.

All proceeds raised from the wellbeing walks go back into supporting the protection of wildlife and habitats across Leicestershire and Rutland

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