Play Wild evaluation report.

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Harvey, C. and Holland, F. 2017. Play Wild evaluation report. Derby University of Derby.
AuthorsHarvey, C. and Holland, F.
TypeProject report
Keywordstime outdoors; nature connection; adults and children ; health and wellbeing
Year2017
PublisherUniversity of Derby
Place of publicationDerby
Page range1-21
Output statusPublished
Publication dates2017
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Deposited19 Oct 2022
JournalUniversity of Derby
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