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with nature
a beautiful woodland in the heart of Suffolk for learning,
contemplation & as an aid to palliative care.

"Turning environmental disasters into community dreams"

The charity also focuses on those living with mobility, health and disability problems, especially young people and those limited by age who help maintain the retreat for our palliative care visitors.

Medical evidence states that many of the most effective settings for recovering from fatigue or illness involve the natural environment. Such restorative environments are in short supply in many urban areas, if not non-existent. Unfortunately, environments that have the opposite effect are rampant. This medical evidence is gaining momentum.

Working in conjunction with care homes, support groups and hospital staff the woodland provides a free safe retreat in a beautiful setting for those that need a sympathetic environment. Because of the documented evidence of age and the diagnosis of Cancer and other terminal illness’s the majority of our visitors are elderly.

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  • The team finishes ECO Loo check out the news story...
  • We urgently require more youth volunteers to work alongside our experienced team...
  • Following hard work the picnic glade by the small pond has been completed...
  • Find out why places like Eden-Rose are so important for people living with cancer...
  • Please give whatever you can whether it be your money, your energy or your time...
  • Support us and make Eden-Rose a stress-free refuge for people battling cancer...
Our woodland offers a fantastic environment for children to learn about nature in a safe and supervised way
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Your contribution to our charity will help both children and adults who have critical or long term illness. Giving them a place they can visit for contemplation or simply to get away.
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© withnature.org | Eden-Rose Coppice 2012
Eden-Rose Coppice aims to turn run down or unwanted woodland or meadows into conservation areas which have a positive effect on lives stressed by critical illness. Eden-Rose Coppice, in Sudbury, Suffolk is the first site of this kind in the UK. With your support, Eden-Rose Coppice Trust has cleared a number of safe, natural walking paths through this beautiful woodland. We have created a pond area and wetland habitat and now wish to add water features, soothing wood sculptures and resting places where visitors can enjoy a calm, therapeutic and supportive environment. Our next major project is to create an area for both school visitors and the public to escape the wet weather.