Tinder Sticks

They help people of all ages, have an amazing outdoor adventure through a wide range of bushcraft and nature immersion activities.

A group of women sitting in a circle around a fire in Epping forest taking part in a well-being session

Grant type: Making London a greener city for all
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Tinder Sticks

Tinder Sticks is a bushcraft and education community interest company set up in 2019 that operates in the natural spaces of East London. The organisation runs woodland activities to help Londoners reconnect with nature and promote well-being.

Tinder Sticks runs workshops to reach people of all ages, with family activities, women’s wellbeing groups, educational sessions, forest schools and bushcraft workshops.

In January 2020 City Bridge Foundation awarded Tinder Sticks £5,176 to fund their Across the Road’ project to connect hospital staff at Whipps Cross Hospital to their local outdoor space at Epping Forest.

The environment guides your thoughts. I stopped thinking about work, even during my lunch break I am thinking about the last patient, the next patient. Here I am forced to think about something else.
A staff member who attended the session

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