The Watered Garden owner Becca Tucker explains how plants can improve wellness at work

A wellness pop-up market took to Nottingham Contemporary yesterday as the main course of a menu of events set up by Nottingham’s Business Improvement District (BID).

The market gathered stallholders from the tea company, Bird and Blend, plant and garden shop, Watered Garden and the Beauty Temple among others.

The market was free for BID members to drop in between 11 and 2pm to treat themselves and learn ways to look after their wellbeing in the workplace.

The week of wellness was organised by Nottingham BID which says it is an “opportunity to try something new to help mind and body”.

More events are to follow for its members including free hotpod yoga classes and a Kiehls healthy skin masterclass.

Good mental wellbeing in the workplace is being stressed now more than ever, with Nottingham Health and Mental Wellbeing urging more businesses to get on board with the Time to Change Employer Pledge – to change how businesses think and act about mental health.