In our last #WellnessAtWork piece for Mental Health Awareness Week earlier this month, we reported on the benefits that connecting with nature can have on our mental health and wellbeing. Notably The Mental Health Foundation found in their research on the mental health impacts of the pandemic, that going for walks outside was a top coping strategy, as 45% of those surveyed reported that being in green spaces had been vital for their mental health.Read More
Blythe Valley Park is served by over 50 buses a day and has continued to be well connected throughout the COVID-19 pandemic for those that live and work on site.
As part of our commitment to sustainability we actively promote safe, sustainable travel, and as lockdown measures begin to ease and people begin to make their return to the office, it is important that this is achieved wherever possible, and COVID safely.Read More
What we as a nation, as a planet, have been through in the past 12 months is unprecedented. Alongside the risk of catching a novel virus, the uncertainty around jobs and finances, social and physical isolation, zoom call fatigue – a complete shift in how we live and work – the pandemic has not only affected us physically, but has impacted mental health and wellbeing.Read More
As we make our way into Spring after a tumultuous 12 months since last Spring, we’d like to report on the ways in which Blythe Valley Park has and continues to nurture nature on site. We’ve previously reported on how we are kind to the planet through our onsite environmentally friendly practices; as the days are getting longer and evenings are getting lighter, we’d like to shed some light on our nurturing nature project we have ongoing onsite.Read More