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Weekly Diary 2020

Some sessions are one-offs and others repeat weekly as part of a course. There are both paying and free events / courses.

Scroll down to see what is currently booking. The calendar below is just an overview. 

For Wellbeing College funded courses book on their website here

 

what and when?

Lakeside Wild Art

24th February – 30th March

Using just natural materials in the environment around us we will be trying out some wonderful natural art.

Losing ourselves in an absorbing artistic practice is always relaxing, and being in this beautiful landscape with other people, making a cuppa in the yurt or on the fire, and going home with a photo of our ephemeral art you will feel a sense of peace and the restorative benefits of the natural world. Ephemeral means temporary – after we leave it will change it along with the living world around it. This is practice of buddhist monks, it helps us be mindfully present in what we’re doing, without attachment to what happens next. Its a useful mental tool for life too.

 

Where?

@ The Community Farm, Chew Valley Lake

 

what and when?

Nature & Wellbeing in Midsomer Norton

starting 20th April

Details to come

Where?

@ Midsomer Norton Town park, behind Somer Centre. Meet at entrance to park.

Price?

FREE if you sign up with the Wellbeing College

How do I book?

Sign up and book with the Wellbeing College or contact us for more information

what and when?

Woodland Tai Chi & Mindfulness      10am-12 and 12.30 – 2.30pm 

2nd June – 7th July

Where?

Greyfield Woods, High Littleton, BS39 6XZ

Price?

FREE if you sign up with the Wellbeing College

How do I book?

Sign up and book with the Wellbeing College or contact us for more information

What and when?

10am – 12noon

8th January – 12th Feb Fire Cooking

Learn to manage the heat of the fire to cook a variety of delicious meals and snacks.

22nd April – 3rd June Woodland Wild Art 

Using just natural materials in the environment around us we will be trying out some wonderful natural art. 

Losing ourselves in an absorbing artistic practice is always relaxing, and being in the woodland environment with other people, making a cuppa on the fire or kelly kettles, and going home with a photo of your ephemeral art you will feel a sense of peace and the restorative benefits of the natural world. Ephemeral means temporary – after we leave it will change it along with the living world around it. This practice was done by buddhist monks to and helps us be mindfully present in what we’re doing, without attachment to what happens next. Its a useful mental tool for life too.

 

 

                             

 

TBC Woodland Foraging Walks.

We will mostly be collecting sweet chestnuts and blackberries, but may find other treats such as mushrooms and cob nuts. We will stop to boil the kelly kettle, chat and enjoy the autumnal views. If wet we may erect a shelter for our break.

 

 

Where?

@ The main gate to Greyfield Woods, High Littleton

 

Price?

 

FREE if you sign up with the Wellbeing College 

 

How do I book?

 

Sign up and book with the Wellbeing College or contact us for more information

 

 

We’re currently running school sessions on this day. For more information about this please contact us.

What and when?

Wild Babies & Toddlers      during B&NES term time only      10am – 11.45am

Where?

@ The start of the track to Greyfield Woods, High Littleton

Price?

£4 per adult and baby/ child, extra child £2.

How do I book?

No booking required

Find out more about our Wild Babies & Toddlers session

what and when?

Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th January

Resonance 

Connect with yourself, others, and the landscape around you. At the same time gain strength, inspiration and resilience. Discover which gifts you bring to the Great Turning, as we explore our responses to the condition of our planet.
Based on the “Work That Reconnects” by Joanna Macey
Spaces limited, book early

Where?

The Community Farm, Chew Valley Lake (Dec)

Price?

£95

How do I book?

See below

 

Also coming up

Woodland Spring Equinox Celebration      21st March    5-7pm

What and when?

13th October

Resonance Workshop    11am – 3pm

Connect with yourself, others, and the landscape around you. At the same time gain strength, inspiration and resilience. Discover which gifts you bring to the Great Turning, as we explore our responses to the condition of our planet.
Based on the “Work That Reconnects” by Joanna Macey
Spaces limited, book early

with Emily Malik and Huw Griffiths

Where?

@Bath City Farm, meet at cafe

Price?

£30

How do I book?

book below