Dr Alice Goodenough is part of a new project undertaking innovative research exploring whether the sounds of nature can influence the mental health and wellbeing of people in care homes.
The Greensounds project are taking part in the UK’s largest free celebration of Nature, taking place in Bristol.
The third blog from the FARMWELL team who recently visited Romania saw them explore a range of farms in the Brașov area.
FARMWELL is a European Thematic Network project funded by Horizon 2020 exploring social innovations that have capacity to improve farmer wellbeing . Recently a CCRI team attended a meeting with project partners in Brașov, Romania.
The CCRI FARMWELL project team have been on field work in Romania. In this blog the CCRI researchers provide some initial impressions of Romania during the drive from Bucharest into Transylvania.
A new leaflet has been created stemming from a visit which took place in September with Norwegian academics from the NIBIO institute.
In November 2022, the 'Going the Extra Mile' (GEM) programme came to an end and with it a celebration of the successes achieved over its six years.
The Greensounds project, involving Alice Goodenough and Philip Reeder has been conducting numerous workshops throughout the spring and summer.
Paul Courtney worked with South West Forum and Clarity to undertake an evaluation of the Somerset Village Agents project.