KINSHIP CAMP: Brecon Beacons 5-8 September 2019

There is a beautiful mountain lake in the Brecon Beacons that I discovered with Katye a couple of years ago. It is surrounded by magnificent views of the Brecon landscape and there are free-roaming animals that graze the surrounding hills. At the bottom of the hill there is a wild camping spot next to a farm. There is a tap for water and not much else. This will be the site of the first KINSHIP CAMP this September.

 

My idea for Kinship Camp is for participants with a little more experience of being outdoors and at work or in practice, can come together to explore the themes of Kinship inside the landscape itself. No frills. Basic. But fully immersed. The focus of the work is to be out on the land. We will meet in the mornings to move together but then spend the rest of the day on extended activities with a little more independent and self-directed practice in the landscape. We’ll meet in the evening to share experiences and food.

The Camp will be open from the 5-8 September. Participants can come for all or part of that time (minimum 2 days). Participants should have all their own camping gear including cooking equipment and food supplies.

12 PLACES AVAILABLE

Start at lunchtime on 5th September
– 2pm pick-up available from Brecon
Finish is on Sunday 8th September at 5pm
Please note: participants can attend the whole workshop or part (2 full days minimum)

Workshop fee: £25 per full day
10% of the net facilitation fee will support a rotating charitable cause – more information here

Accommodation is camping only. £6 per night. Please bring all your own camping gear, cooking equipment and food supplies. Water is available on site.

Travel by public transport:
option 1: National Rail to Abergavenny (return tickets from London from £75 return), local bus (see http://www.traveline.info) to Brecon, local taxi (approx. £10) to “Nant Cwm Llwch car park, Brecon, UK” (easily located on google maps). There will be a pick-up from Brecon on 5th September.
option 2: Megabus to Merthyr Tydfil (single tickets from London from £8.25), local bus (see http://www.traveline.info) to Brecon, local taxi (approx. £10) to “Nant Cwm Llwch car park, Brecon, UK” (easily located on google maps) Please note: there is currently no Megabus service from  Merthyr Tydfil to London on Sundays. There will be a pick-up from Brecon on 5th September.

Travel by car:
following google maps to “Nant Cwm Llwch car park, Brecon, UK” – under 4 hours from London, under 2 hours 30 mins from Birmingham, under 1 hour 45 mins from Bristol.

For information about the workshop and what it entails, please read the WHAT IS KINSHIP WORKSHOP?, INTRODUCTIONS and FOR PARTICIPANTS pages from the top menu.

For BOOKING click HERE.

I hope to meet you there!

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