An increase in gendered role conflict and its effects on wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic

As the kids finally go back to school and we begin to emerge from the latest lockdown I find I finally have some time and headspace to reflect. And because it coincides with the arrival of spring, the chance to spend time outside and recover from the challenges of the recent months is even moreContinue reading “An increase in gendered role conflict and its effects on wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic”

Spring discoveries in urban Exeter: Access and management of urban green space for biodiversity, health and wellbeing

I drop my daughter off for one of her regular clubs in Pinhoe, which happens to be near a park. I don’t feel like jogging so I take a walk. In five minutes I go from being in the middle of an industrial estate to this beautiful woodland of silver birch trees, ethereal in theContinue reading “Spring discoveries in urban Exeter: Access and management of urban green space for biodiversity, health and wellbeing”

How do we support access to our green (and blue) spaces for health and wellbeing? Insights from the East Devon Pebblebed Heaths

As I drop off my youngest at Woodbury Castle for his first (socially distanced) organised outing since the end of the latest lockdown, I notice the car park is full, as it always is these days when we visit. All of the Commons car parks have been extraordinarily busy for months, with local people visitingContinue reading “How do we support access to our green (and blue) spaces for health and wellbeing? Insights from the East Devon Pebblebed Heaths”