A project offering vulnerable adults and teenagers the chance to engage with Nature along the banks of the Bristol Frome River has shown increased positive wellbeing and awareness of pollution. Participants in the six-week programme, River Remedies: Improving Wellbeing through Nature, looked at river samples, tested for phosphates and nitrates, and did litter picking. Wellbeing scores and pollution awareness levels were recorded before and after the sessions. The programme, which ended in May 2018, was run by environmental consultancy Eunomia with support from ...


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