Human needs in conscious co-existence: an experiential workshop. Archive footage from the community’s past. The Polymath Chapter 20 – Bryan Harrison. Yoga – Louise Hurford. Extinction Rebellion individual actions – Zoe Broughton. Nick M’s sewing machine conversion.Permaculture ideas – Trish. My sheep make me happy- a short video to introduce you to my sheep in order for you to share some ovine delight – Aggie Forster
Led by Alex DeWitt, you’ll work outdoors in Braziers beautiful grounds and learn how to make a primitive survival shelter using nothing but natural materials found in the woodland. You’ll then compare that to shelters using tarpaulins… Click here for more info.
To secure your tarp shelters you’ll learn a few knots which are easy to learn, fast to use, and can be undone easily. You’ll make your shelters in teams and evaluate how well they would protect you from the weather on this fun morning in the woods. Designed for adults, but supervised children are welcome to attend.
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On this workshop you can begin to experience how to balance differing perspectives, feelings and states of being. Between the feminine and masculine, the heat of life and the cold of death, as well as what has you as an individual, feeling both at ‘Home and Wild’. Click here for more info.
A 4-week residential retreat for those interested in intentional community and holistic lifestyle. Running May 25th to June 20th. More Info.
Come and have an immersive holistic experience connecting with others and nature in a deeper way. There will be opportunities to:
Learn about trees, gardening & food growing
Practice healthy vegetarian/vegan cooking
Learn about sustainability and permaculture
Experience communal living, dining & co-management
Participate in “Sensory”, bonfire & other activities
Have time to relax, be in nature, & find purpose
Contribute to the UK’s oldest secular intentional community
Learn about peace activism & conflict resolution
Email email@example.com if you are interested. Prices start as low as £299 per person (all meals and accommodation included). Start date is flexible.
You’ll learn how our ancestors made invaluable strings for tying together their belongings, building camp furniture, and for fishing with. We’ll look at some examples of cords I’ve made and then try your hand at making your own. Click here for more info.
We’ll try making a withy – a cordage made from a twisted live tree branch and traditionally used by hedge layers. Then we’ll look at quick bindings made from brambles and tree roots. Finally we’ll learn the ‘reverse wrap’ method of twisting together plant fibres which can be used on such plants as nettle to make a strong cord. A fun and relaxing way to connect with nature in the woods. No prior knowledge needed – this is a fun and skill building session.
Adults and 13+ due to dexterity required and some knife use. Under 18s require a supervising adult present who may attend free of charge if they don’t want to participate.
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Come and immerse yourself in a magical world of music, movement and relaxation through live performance, workshops, sound journeys and healing sessions. Click here for more info.
Come and see a wide range of instruments from around the globe including Fujara, Tabla, Hang, Sitar, Cajon, African Drums, American Indian Flutes and Flamenco Guitar…oh, and just a little bit of Didgeridoo! Click here for more info & booking
Even if you’ve never carved wood before you’ll be able to produce a beautiful and useful object on this guided outdoor workshop. Click here for more info.
We’ll take fresh wood and split it to the correct dimensions then start whittling away a Swedish style butter paddle. I’ll supply carving knives and teach you safe techniques and grips for using them effectively. You’ll leave with your very own wooden butter knife, and a passion to spend more time doing relaxing wood carving! Limited to just 6 spaces. Minimum age 16 due to knife use – under 18s must have an adult present with them who can attend free of charge if they don’t want to take part. Please bring a drink and snack if needed.Click here for more info & booking
Permaculture Association Certificated Course Click Here for More Info.
A wonderfully inspiring weekend in an idyllic location with Braziers Park community with a Saturday night bonfire & social. You will learn the Permaculture basics – the ethics, principles and design tools to get you started to re-imagine your life, your garden, farm, community or any project for sustainability, regeneration and abundance – it’s not just for gardening!
You will have the opportunity to put learning into practice and create your first permaculture design as well as see inspiring examples on film and in Braziers 50 acres of organic meadows, woodland and gardens. Participants will receive a Permaculture Association certificate on completion which is accepted towards the first 2 days of a full Permaculture Design Course (PDC).
Cost: £180 / £130 (concessions) including lunches and refreshments, To book,click here.
Accommodation and extra meals available at 3 tier rates according to income
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Tutors: Trish Whitham and Phil Pritchard
For queries or further info email: firstname.lastname@example.org