Eden-Rose Coppice Trust Ltd in Sudbury, Suffolk is the first project of its kind in the UK where woodlands are used as a free sanctuary for people living with Cancer or terminal illnesses.
The positive and proactive role that voluntary action and social enterprise plays within the construct of this approach is instrumental in promoting improved social inclusion.
A total of 1400 hours were spent on the haven by volunteer visits in 2011 by young people living with severe learning disabilities or excluded from the conventional educational system. Currently ten families living with Cancer use the facility on a regular basis along with friends.
All activities are under the guidance of the group’s carers or teachers.
If you can help in any way at all, please get in touch on 0800 772 3755.