Published 13th October 2021 by

Pathways into nature sessions from Dementia Adventure are designed to provide advice and support for family and friends of people living with dementia who enjoy the outdoors. The sessions explore:

  • the health and wellbeing benefits of being in nature
  • overcoming the barriers of accessing the outdoors
  • practical guidance in building confidence
  • local and national information relevant to you.

They are being held as follows:

  • Wednesday 10 November 2021 – 1pm– 3pm (held online via Zoom)
  • Tuesday 23 November 2021 – 10:30-12:30 (held online via Zoom)
  • Thursday 2 December 2021 – 11:00-2pm (Sprowston Diamond Centre, NR7 8ET, includes free refreshments and conversation)
  • Monday 6 December 2021 – 1pm-3pm – (held online via Zoom)

You can book now at by calling 01245 237548 or emailing

(The project MONUMENT’s Norfolk pilot is led locally by the Environment Service at Norfolk County Council, working closely with colleagues in Adult Social Services, charities, and UK and European partners.)