Feb 092012
 

Robin will be holding a short night walk. Any proceeds will be donated to Wild Wood Ways.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TIME AND LOCATION HAVE NOW CHANGED
CLICK HERE for details

Night Walk
Brock’s Copse, near Wootton
Saturday 25th February 2012
7pm onwards

During this short night walk we will be looking at subjects such as:
- Exploring the differences between different types of wooded area
- Looking at the woods in a spiritual way
- What is invisible in daylight?
- Looking at different ways to detect things in darkness
- Looking at the ways things are interconnected
- Working with energy fields
- Meeting tree spirits

A lot of this walk will be off the main pathways, so come prepared and wear sensible footwear. Also note that this walk will take place regardless of the weather, so be prepared if it’s wet! You can bring a torch if you like, but no torches will be used during the actual walk.

After the walk there will be a night-time bring and share picnic for anyone who is interested – if you are it’ll be a good idea to bring something to sit on.

Parking is limited, so please share transport where possible.

Well behaved children are welcome, but must be accompanied by an adult, who will take full responsibility for them.

Any donations to Wild Wood Ways will be appreciated, but are not required.

Directions to Brocks Copse:
Drive down the main Newport – Ryde road (A3054)
At the Whippingham Roundabout take the A3021 towards East Cowes
At Whippingham, turn right onto Alverstone Road (by the Forge)
Continue forward at the Junction by Albert Cottage onto Brocks Copse Road
The copse entrance is just down the hill on the left.
You’ll probably have to park on the road.

Please note that by attending this event you agree to accept full responsibility for yourself, and of any children you bring. You accept that neither Robin, nor Wild Wood Ways shall be liable for any loss or injury incurred.

Please contact Robin if you want more details
robin@rainbowkingdom.co.uk

Thank you.

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