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Prescribing nature

Growing evidence suggests that nature connection boosts our physical and psychological well-being and deepens our ecological sensitivity. This won’t be a surprise to many readers, nature connection is after all one of the core values of the Quiet Garden Movement,…

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Found space at half-term

In February half-term Cathy Davie, host of Mossrigg Quiet Garden in W. Yorkshire, opened her garden to run ‘Found space’. The idea was to provide a mix of active and quiet, indoor and outdoor activities exploring, reflecting and responding to creation. A journey of discovery for all ages and stages of life and belief.
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Labyrinth Resources and Links

  There are many Quiet Gardens with labyrinths - which you will find listed on our Labyrinths Page - here we share ideas, resources and links to websites and other organisations that work with labyrinths (find all our labyrinth resources). Making…

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Outdoor Classroom Day

Quiet Gardens exist in many settings, including schools, and we work to encourage schools to provide outdoor space for children's, and teachers, learning and wellbeing. So we are delighted to support Outdoor Classroom Day, which is a global campaign to inspire and…

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