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Volunteer Conservation Days 2018

Friday 25th May *BioBlitz*
Saturday 26th May *BioBlitz*
Saturday 9th June
Friday 15th June
Friday 6th July
Saturday 21st July
Saturday 11th August
Friday 24th August
 Please find more information on our Volunteer Conservation Days here.

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.

For more information and to book click here.

Retreat and Constellations Workshop

Working with inner and outer landscapes of change

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.

For more information and to book click here.



Speaking of Light and Love

29th June – 1st July

A weekend retreat led by Revs. John Harley, Lindy Latham and Paul Holdsworth for all those involved in spiritual leadership. All faiths are welcome to spend time at Hazel Hill Wood, immersed in nature exploring their sense of  calling and work.

For more information and to book click here


Caring for the Sacred Circles

27th July – 29th July

For two decades we have been listening deeply to the rhythms and the heartbeat of Hazel Hill Wood, and are delighted to offer a journey of events, celebrating ancient traditional festivals which mark the rhythm of the Wheel of the Year.

The aim of this weekend is for Agatha and Marco to guide a gentle weekend of mindful, spacious and respectful conservation work caring for the sacred circles at Hazel Hill Wood: the women’s circle, the men’s circle, the joining circle and the dancing circle. In the continuing journey of Living with the Heartbeat of the Land, Lammas is a time to embrace the fruits of the year’s Dream and count our Blessings.

For more information contact marcos@wellspringchange.com