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Wild Walk and Nature Play

Suitable for all generations to enjoy some quality time outdoors, get some exercise and have fun together. Take one of our maps and follow our wild walk, visit our pets and let your children play in our adventure and natural play areas. It’s a great way to spend a Saturday morning and Woody’s Snack Stop will be open for a cuppa and cake. Indoor seating is available and well spaced to maintain social distancing. Toilets are open.

Wild Walk and Nature Play

Suitable for all generations to enjoy some quality time outdoors, get some exercise and have fun together. Take one of our maps and follow our wild walk, visit our pets and let your children play in our adventure and natural play areas. It’s a great way to spend a Saturday morning and Woody’s Snack Stop will be open for a cuppa and cake. Indoor seating is available and well spaced to maintain social distancing. Toilets are open.

Wild Walk and Nature Play

Suitable for all generations to enjoy some quality time outdoors, get some exercise and have fun together. Take one of our maps and follow our wild walk, visit our pets and let your children play in our adventure and natural play areas. It’s a great way to spend a Saturday morning and Woody’s Snack Stop will be open for a cuppa and cake. Indoor seating is available and well spaced to maintain social distancing. Toilets are open.

Wild Walk and Nature Play

Suitable for all generations to enjoy some quality time outdoors, get some exercise and have fun together. Take one of our maps and follow our wild walk, visit our pets and let your children play in our adventure and natural play areas. It’s a great way to spend a Saturday morning and Woody’s Snack Stop will be open for a cuppa and cake. Indoor seating is available and well spaced to maintain social distancing. Toilets are open.

Good Neighbour Scheme

Good Neighbour Schemes are set up in local communities and are groups with a bank of volunteers who want to help their neighbours and other local people on a regular or occasional basis.  The people who need support may include those who are elderly, infirm, disabled or anyone who is isolated for a whole variety of reasons.

The Gamesys Foundation

No closing date specified


The main focus of the Gamesys Foundation is to preserve and protect the wellbeing of individuals suffering from mental health issues.  We do that through providing grants and funding to organisations who care for these individuals directly, as well as those who focus on research in the mental health field.

Gamesys Foundation will predominantly fund registered charities and NGOs. Should you choose to apply on behalf of an organisation, you will be asked for evidence of registration to verify the organisation's status.

Supportive Communities Training Session 3: Assistive Technology & Digital Skills

‘Supportive Communities’ is a programme of work that supports older people to stay healthy and independent for longer.  It's about:

Supporting people to stay connected with their local community.

Helping people to find different solutions, so they can stay in their own homes for longer. This could be a new piece of daily living equipment or technology that supports independence.

Encouraging people to look after their own health and wellbeing, so they can lead a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.

Supportive Communities Training Session 1: Signposting and Resources

‘Supportive Communities’ is a programme of work that supports older people to stay healthy and independent for longer.  It's about:

Supporting people to stay connected with their local community.

Helping people to find different solutions, so they can stay in their own homes for longer. This could be a new piece of daily living equipment or technology that supports independence.

Encouraging people to look after their own health and wellbeing, so they can lead a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.

The Chief's Blog October 2020

Last month I promised to give you an update on our Team Staffordshire meeting with MPs which finally happened on 29 September. You can view our follow up letter here which outlines our proposed next steps. We had good discussions with those MPs in attendance, particularly Theo Clarke (MP for Stafford) and Jo Gideon (MP for Stoke Central)  as well as the convening MP, Aaron Bell (MP for Newcastle-under-Lyme). Jonathan Gullis (MP for Stoke North & Kidsgrove) also attended the meeting.