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FTHub 4-day In-person Immersive Training in Nature

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The 3-day In-person Training is exclusively for:
With this training, you will:

Preview Calls Meet your trainers, learn all the details, ask all the questions:
 • February 26 | 7 pm (UK time) (8 pm Central European time)
 • April 22 | 7 pm (UK time) (8 pm Central European time)
Join any session through this link.

Trainers:

Dr Kirsten McEwan

United Kingdom

Evelyn Cecil

United Kingdom

Angela Stangoe

United Kingdom

Alex Gesse

Spain

Where

Windsor Great Park’s FTHub In-person Immersive Training starts on Saturday 18th at 9 am and ends on Tuesday 21st at 5 pm and includes a Mental Health First Aid training provided by Mind professionals.

The training will be held in Windsor Great Park and its Environmental Centre, a private location within the Park that provides the ideal indoor and outdoor space for inspirational learning within nature.

The training is offered in collaboration with Mind, a national mental health charity in England and Wales. Founded in 1946 as the National Association for Mental Health (NAMH), Mind offers information and advice to people with mental health problems and lobbies government and local authorities on their behalf. It also works to raise public awareness and understanding of issues relating to mental health.

Hillingdon is one of London’s largest Borough districts and Mind in Hillingdon is its most experienced, community-based, mental health charity, providing services in the area since 1984, offering support, advice and information to empower anyone who may be experiencing a mental health problem.

They provide high-quality, individually tailored services for people to live full lives and be connected to their communities and were the first Mind to introduce Forest Therapy into mental health recovery service.

Windsor Great Park is an ancient Royal landscape featuring forests, grasslands, lakes, and gardens with a millennium of history, rare wildlife, and National Collections of plants and Champion Trees. The Windsor Estate, spanning 6,400 hectares, is not just a historic site but also a bustling operational hub.

Windsor, a charming historic market town in Berkshire, England, is home to the iconic Windsor Castle, an official residence of the British monarch. Just 21.8 miles (35 km) west of central London, it sits gracefully on the banks of the River Thames, adjacent to its ancient twin town of Eton. Originally known as New Windsor to distinguish it from the nearby village of Old Windsor, the town carries a rich history dating back centuries.

Accommodation

Discover the delightful array of hotels near Windsor Park, promising a joyful and comfortable stay in the heart of Windsor. You can select your preferred accommodation by clicking here or here.

Meals

Numerous restaurants and establishments are located near the Park. Kindly inform them of any allergies, intolerances, or special requirements, such as specific dietary needs or preferences for lactose or gluten-free products.

How to Get There

Airports:
∙ Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, or London City Airports. From these gateways, you can take express trains, buses, or taxis to your destination.
By train or bus:
∙ Windsor is well-connected with two railway stations: Windsor & Eton Central, serving the Slough–Windsor & Eton line, and Windsor & Eton Riverside, the terminus for South Western Railway services from London Waterloo.
∙ Bus services, including routes to Heathrow Airport and Legoland Windsor Resort, are provided by Thames Valley Buses and Reading Buses.
By car:
∙ The town is on National Cycle Route 4, with cycle paths along main access roads connecting to local motorways M3, M4, and M25.

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