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Conservation ‘Netwalking’ at Twycross Zoo for Mental Health

Event details:

When: Thursday 27 April 2023
Where: Twycross Zoo

If you want to connect with nature, get your steps in and learn about biodiversity conservation while networking, then join LBV’s April business event: Conservation ‘Netwalking’ at Twycross Zoo for Mental Health.

Modern living is fast paced, busy and generally exhausting. It can prove difficult to stop, slow down and relieve stress for inner peace. Research documents the multiple benefits of connecting with nature/animals, outdoor activities and creativity for mental and physical health and wellbeing.

The Conservation ‘Netwalking’ at Twycross Zoo for Mental Health event provides a great opportunity to spend quality time outdoors to connect with nature, feel good and recharge your batteries. The event is designed to help you slow down, ‘be present’, engage your senses, enjoy the world around you and relieve tension while networking with fellow business leaders.

The guided walk and conservation talk will be delivered by Twycross’ Megan Wright, Education Officer, and Anjuu Trevedi, NSCC, and Sandra Wiggins, DPI (UK) Ltd.

The event will take place from 2-4.30pm on Thursday 27 April 2023 at Twycross Zoo, Burton Road, Atherstone, Warwickshire, CV9 3PX.


14:00 Welcome/Networking & Photos – Parrot Car Park (Nature Reserve) – 3rd car park on the right.

14:10 Guided Nature Reserve and Zoo Walk
Megan Wright, Education Officer

16:10 Introduction to Twycross conservation work
Megan Wright, Education Officer

16:20 Q&A
Sandra Wiggins, LBV Director

16:25 Wrap Up
Anjuu Trevedi, LBV Director

16:30 Event Ends /Optional: tour of Zoo

18:00 Zoo Closes

* Twycross Zoo is open from 10am to 5.30pm – delegates are welcome to arrive earlier to explore the Nature Reserve/Bird Hyde and or network in the Costa Café area and continue exploring the zoo after the event.


Free parking available at Twycross Zoo – You can check details here. Only assistance dogs on the lead are welcome at the zoo.


Photo credit:, CC BY-SA 4.0

Note: This event has expired.

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