Volunteer Conservation Days 2018
Join our dedicated team of volunteers, help to maintain the diversity and tranquility of Hazel Hill, learn new skill and enjoy the beauty of the wood through the seasons. We welcome any new participants to these events, and look forward to seeing some familiar faces back again soon. To register your interest or for more information please email email@example.com
2nd – 4th February 2018
with Agatha Manouche and Alan Heeks
As the mainstream world gets more materialistic and self-centred, spiritual stewardship is one antidote. It means using the huge power we humans have been given in this world, to serve the greater good of all life, as best we can discern it.
In particular, spiritual stewardship invites us to listen for all the voices, all the needs, all the service possibilities, to integrate them, and work to serve and fulfil them. This approach is especially valuable in the care of special sacred places, and for projects, teams and communities which aim to serve society, and provide some antidotes to the stresses and craziness of mainstream life.
Friday 23rd February, 5.30 pm to Sunday 25th of February 2018, 4.30pm
An exciting opportunity for 16 – 24 year olds to come together in the beautiful woodland of Hazel Hill. The weekend is a chance to find nourishment through, and in, nature, community and yourselves. Using the power of story, music and dance, widening your senses to the world around and through solo time in the wood, you can understand more deeply your personal thread of life and where it might lead you.
No fixed ticket price! You will work with others to raise money to make this event happen.
To get in touch contact Daniel Koerner (firstname.lastname@example.org or 07599774716)
for all change makers, green pioneers, brave dreamers and activists.
join us at the wood to dream, explore, learn, pause, celebrate work and play…
…to find reflection and nourishment and renewed inspiration for yourself or your team.
4.30pm Wednesday 16th May to 4.30pm Thursday 17th May
Created for those working with inner and outer change to better deliver their story, this is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the beautiful 70 acre woodland and, in community with others, explore and make progress with current challenges.
During our retreat we will be working with constellations, an approach which takes us beyond familiar modes of knowing to reveal hidden dynamics and circumstances as they truly are. Whether we’re working on our own story of change, or supporting another to work on theirs, we create a 3-dimensional map of the territory being explored. The process is wonderfully insightful
and often profound and healing. Participants tell us this brings new clarity and a deeper resolution to even the most familiar or apparently intractable issues.
6 pm Friday 13th April to 3 pm Sunday 15th April
The aim of the weekend is to bring people together in the magical setting of the wood to learn new skills caring for the woodland through conservation projects.
While you will spend time nourishing the wellbeing of the wood, there is also the opportunity to focus on your own wellbeing with a series of workshops and activities including Yoga, Aromatherapy and Sound Bathing. Spend time in our wood-fired hot tub with friends and family or ease tired muscles in the sauna.
All of this is set in 70 acres of woodland with camping accommodation available or alternatively you can stay in our bespoke, off-grid, eco buildings.