Delilah’s Umbrella

Using animals as a therapeutic resource predominantly for, but not exclusively, mental health 07773707211

Let’s Waste Less

A council led campaign to reduce waste in Worcestershire by recruiting and training volunteers to promote and raise awareness of reducing food waste, composting and recycling. Website:

Transition Malvern Hills

An environmental movement that respects resource limits and create s resilience. The urgent need to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and make wise use of precious resources is at the forefront of everything we do. Website:


We offer an interactive wildlife stand where we offer the opportunity to join RSPB. We also advise you on how to help with wildlife in your own garden Website:

Herefordshire Growing Point

A charity providing social and Horticultural therapy to vulnerable and disabled people of all ages Website:

The Cart Shed

A demonstration of Green wood and coppice craft skills. Opportunities to 'have a go' on the pole-lathe or shave horse, or try your hand with traditional woodcraft whittling tools. Call: 07796421373 Email: Website:


Local dowsers Ced Jackson and Linda Prenter, demonstrate the fascinating art of dowsing. Call: 07900 497786 Email: Website:

Back to the Wild Project

Based at Hellen’s Manor, Herefordshire, Back to the Wild (B2W) is a unique project existing to support personal and social development by helping young people to reconnect with themselves, others and the natural environment. Back 2 Wild Project works with schools and youth services to engage young people in inspirational projects aiming to further understanding of the world and develop greater competence to live in the world sustainably and cooperatively. B2W Project exists to: – Aid personal development for young people. – Facilitate better understanding of nature and our part in it. – Enhance positive mental and physical health through outdoor experiences – Share and learn new fundamental life-skills – Promote difference, equality, cooperation, humility and harmony – Celebrate traditional rural skills and knowledge – Improve humanity’s relationship to the planet – Promote sustainable living

Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

A Living Landscape is a recovery plan for nature championed by The Wildlife Trusts since 2006. It is a new way of thinking about how we manage land to do more for wildlife, people and the economy.

Tools For Self Reliance Cymru

We sell lovingly refurbished garden tools that have been donated to us from all over Wales. All profits go towards our work in Tanzania, helping rural artisans by supplying tool and training. Call: 07579 965082 Email: Website: