.ELGT Thrive (Edinburgh & Lothians Greenspace Trust – ELGT)

Availability : Edinburgh Wide

Provided by: Edinburgh & Lothians Greenspace Trust

Who is this for?

People aged 18 years old and over


This service is part of the Thrive Physical Activity & Greenspaces Collective, which exists to support people experiencing mental health difficulties.

There are weekly walking groups and fitness activities as well as conservation, orcharding and gardening activities being delivered across the city. There are also 12 week ‘Branching Out’ programs running throughout the year in partnership with referring agencies.

How do I access this?

  • Self referral
  • Referral by third party

We have a referral form, which must be completed before any activity is accessed. Please contact us for a copy.

Is there a cost?

These activities are free

Location information

Our activities are in various location across the City, changing with the seasons and demand from referring partners. Please contact us to find your nearest activities.

Opening times

Dependent on activity – the service is flexible and is intended to be as person-led as possible. Activities will be set up according to demand from incoming referrals.

Contact Details

Emily Ronaldson
109/11 Swanston Road, 109/11 Swanston Road,, Edinburgh, EH10 7DS

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ELGT Thrive - Referral Form
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ELGT Thrive - Information Form 2024
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Types of support on offer:

Support in person
Support with others

Type of services on offer:

Bereavement and grief
Healthy living
Low mood
Self confidence

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