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Wellbeing & Nature

Natural Environments & Green Spaces

As well as being in our community garden, we love being outdoors in nature; whether it’s on the beach or pier, hosting wellbeing walks on the South Downs, running creative workshops in our community garden or creating bespoke murals & art trails in parks & gardens. We love to inspire others, especially children, to get involved with our projects and to venture outside.

BugCycle Community Garden
South Downs walk
Bees & Seas

'BugCycle' Community Garden

​Located in Beach House Park, Worthing. We encourage volunteers & local schools to be involved in helping shape a unique space for all to enjoy, ongoing creative activities, early years educational activities, gardening & wellbeing workshops.

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The Nourishing Nature

of the South Downs

Working in partnership with the South Downs National Park Authority exploring the relationship between, arts, landscape & health & wellbeing. An emotive project which gives an insight into how nature helped people through the pandemic.

Bees & Seas

A collaborative community project between The Food Pioneers, Friends of Brooklands & Creative Waves, transforming a neglected area into a humming community hub. We created the Bee World compound with recycled doors & added colour to two shipping containers with a bespoke mural.

Natural art

Truleigh Inspired

Working in partnership with the South Downs National Park, inspired by Truleigh Hill. A wonderful group enjoyed getting together regularly for an invigorating walk up the hill & creating artwork with natural materials.

Nature Trails

Creative Waves have designed produced a wide range of engaging nature trails for towns, parks & gardens.

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Natural Connections

A series of free workshops highlighting the importance of exercise, physical wellbeing & the direct link to help with mental wellbeing. Participants shared their ideas & learnt how to be creative with found natural materials.

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Worthing's Underwater World

We teamed up with the Marine Conservation Society to showcase Worthing's underwater world & the brilliant art inspired by marine life created out of waste material during our creative workshops.

Highdown Gardens

Created a new, engaging

Tree Trail for the gardens & provided educational outreach for schools,

which included workshops, guided tours, creative & well-being sessions in the gardens.

The EPIC Project

Curated photography exhibition on Worthing Pier, showcasing the wildlife

& habitat of the newly

formed chalk river site by

the Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust.

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