Walnut Tree Health celebrates its fourth birthday with expansion announcement

PUBLISHED: 16:13 13 July 2018

Luke Woodley (right) with Dr Roger Kingerlee. Picture: NSFT

Luke Woodley (right) with Dr Roger Kingerlee. Picture: NSFT


An organisation that offers support to veterans and those with complex mental health needs is celebrating its fourth birthday by expanding its services.

Set up by Army veteran Luke Woodley, Walnut Tree Health and Wellbeing offers a range of services to veterans including a dog matching service which pairs veterans with rescue dogs and a community response team which provides out-of-hours mental health crisis support.

Now, to celebrate its fourth birthday the organisation is taking on a new base at Ketteringham Hall, near Wymondham and expanding its services to enable it to support more people.

Amongst the new services will be trauma re-enactment therapy and improved family support training. Commenting on the expansion Mr Woodley said: “It is quite humbling to see how Walnut Tree has developed.”

Walnut Tree Health is supported by the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust. For more information visit:

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