Sunday 28th February- The Festival of Borrowed

The festival of Borrowed highlights the idea that we do not own the Earth and its finite resources, we only borrow them, and share them with all other life.

Mark the festival of Borrowed by doing something for the planet – walk or cycle to work, plant a tree, recycle something.

It is also a good time to return things that you have borrowed from friends.
Led by Rev Nicky Jenkins. Starts 10.30 am Everybody welcome


An informal spiritual gathering in it’s third season.

Arrive when you wish, some just come for the silent meditation .
7.30 Listening thought cards for us to reflect on the thoughts of others.
8.00 Readings and discussion inspired by the first 30 minutes.
8.30 Silent meditation.
8.50 Closing Words
This is an alternative spiritual gathering allowing listening, discussion and silent time. Come touch your spirit.

Friday, February 26th- Singing Meditation


Feel your Spirituality in meditation and singing
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
An evening of simple song chants from a variety of world traditions interspersed with periods of meditative silence. This is a simple practice that anyone can engage with. You do not need to be an experienced meditator or singer. In fact many people who thought that either singing or meditation was beyond them have found their voice and their space in this simple joy filled time together.We have great acoustics!

Sunday 21st Feb- Banned

An exploration of matters banned. Words, music, gender, sex, politics, thoughts.
There will be reflection on the camp at Calais from Sue Cockerill giving us insight to the route of our donations and to the challenges of these particular ‘banned’ people.
Nobody is banned from attending all are welcome.
Led by Mark Hutchinson 10.30 startbanned