Wild Mind Well-Being provides inclusive opportunities for children and young people up to the age of 25 facing diverse health & social care challenges. Autism Bucks was invited to visit there on a day they’re normally closed to experience the joy of this nurturing and supportive environment.


It’s the place to be if:

  • You love being near animals and care for their welfare
  • You don’t mind the mud and the inclement weather
  • You want to find out more about wildlife.

All the animals are rescue animals.


Our party of 16 had a wonderful time, hosted by Camilla (an Animal Behaviourist) and her assistant Lizzie. They kept the day chilled, relaxed, interesting, informative, good-humoured and fun. We urge any readers to visit their website and find out more about the incredible services they offer.

Much could be written about the day, but the pictures say it all.


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