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Nature Walk in Bushy Park near Hampton Court
Come along to explore Bushy Park, the second largest Royal Park in London with 445 hectares. (Walk length 7 miles/9.5 km approx., circular). PLEASE NOTE This is a longer walk. You need to be reasonably fit and be able to walk at a normal pace. We'll stop inside the park for ice cream and a toilet break. The end time may vary, depending on pace and weather. Red and Fallow Deer roam freely through Bushy Park that used to be Henry VIII's hunting ground. There are over 300 deer including some pretty white ones. At the end of the walk, there will be optional drinks at the Kings Tun pub not far from Kingston station. The walk both starts and finishes at Kingston. Kingston has some pretty Medieval houses. There are regular South Western Railway trains towards Shepperton (every 15 min.) from London Waterloo Station, stopping at Vauxhall and Clapham Junction. II takes around 30 min to go to Kingston (12.57pm Waterloo arriving at 13.29pm Kingston). Please check the timetable before leaving and allow plenty of time for your journey. Comfortable walking shoes and bottled water are recommended.Weather Policy ( - Walking Policy ( My number is Beatrice -[masked] Please update your RSVP if you cannot attend. Price: £3 payable cash on the day. __________ SOCIAL MEDIA Join me on Facebook - LinkedIn - Follow me on Instagram -

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In our fast-paced and high-tech society, stress affects everyone at various levels. Stress is necessary to keep us alert and motivated, and it remains beneficial as long as we are in the driver's seat of life. Stress becomes a problem when we struggle to keep up with what is going on.

Stress is multi-faced, with effects ranging from sleepless nights, mild irritability and anxiety, to frustration, anger, and despair. Mindfulness-based exercises will help you focus on the present moment and reduce anxiety.

This meetup will help if you want to

- Explore ways to reduce daily stress and find support
- Learn to relax with mindfulness techniques
- Get tools to empower yourself to deal with life challenges
- Improve your confidence and communication skills to get the life you want
- Meet like-minded people and leave loneliness behind

The workshops are largely discussion-based and the mood is supportive, collaborative and non-judgemental. So everyone is encouraged to share their views and is listened to.

There are also social events to learn to live fully in the present moment, with relaxing walks and pub and gig nights.

Note that you should seek medical advice if you experience chronic and severe symptoms of anxiety and depression.


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