Spring update from Lyn Boyd CEO

Thanks to our volunteers we are ready to go

Finally spring is here and the hope that we will at last get some sunshine and fresh air. However 'never cast a clout til May is out' and don't start anything in the countryside until it is Covid safe are the two guiding principles MHNE is following to start our REPLANTING FOR A BETTER FUTURE project at the end of June.

This project will take small groups of people to our venue in the countryside, Muddy Boots which is located in beautiful scenery next to the Tanfield Railway and just along from the oldest railway bridge of its kind in the world, The Causey Arch.
Our hearty team of volunteers are currently busy renovating facilities, putting a lick of paint here and there and of course new rope swings for the daredevils down in the dene.

Participants choose from a menu of activities and the aim is to simply enjoy and relax as well as discussing the impact Covid has had on all our lives and how we can move forward in a positive way. MHNE will provide refreshments for the day but is unable to provide transport.

Places for small groups are starting to fill up, so please contact me as soon as possible if you would like an informal chat or your organisation would like to book a day marking your email Muddy Boots Day. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call on 0191 411 1962.

Lyn Boyd, MHNE CEO