University welcomes Silent Space

A garden at the University of East Anglia (UAE) has officially become a Silent Space for students, staff and members of the public. The UAE estates team, the students’ union and the Courage Wellbeing Project worked with not-for-profit Silent Space to transform the area, known as the Dutch Garden, into a beautiful and biodiverse area ideal for short periods of quiet reflection. Silent Space encourages parks and gardens to reserve areas for silent reflection to improve well­being. Martin Marko, a postgraduate education officer at the university, ...


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