‘Daisy Chain Walks’ is a series of 3 free guided and fully-supported well-being walks for people with hidden disabilities or experiencing mental health problems. Bringing accessibility to long-distance linear trail walking via a series of carefully-paced day walks along the South Downs Way.
Get the benefit of an immersive wilderness experience in manageable steps, with expert support and a therapeutic focus. Nature connection activities, facilitated discussions and eco-therapy wilderness processes linked to the landscape. Funding for transport (drop off and collection) each day and for expert support from a specialist physiotherapist. Gentle pace, frequent breaks and options to suit different energy levels and interests.
Walk 1: Wed May 26th – Truleigh Hill to Devil’s Dyke (2.5miles)
Walk 2: Wed June 16th – Devil’s Dyke to Clayton Windmills (1.5miles)
Walk 3: Wed July 7th – Clayton Windmills to Ditchling Beacon (2miles)
This programme is funded by SDNPA in order to provide people with neurodiversity, chronic conditions, mental health problems or other impairments with the means to experience the awe, wonder and sense of achievement of completing a long-distance wilderness walk. The route is not wheelchair accessible. We will do our best to meet all other needs. Social distancing will be observed. Limited spaces available.
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