NEW WORKSHOP (FAMILIES WELCOME): Woolwich Common, London 12 June 2022

(image description: a lone figure stands with arms upreaching to the poplar tree branches above. They stand with back facing the camera among long faded grass and white fluffy rosebay willowherb, wearing long trousers and jacket)

We are very happy to announce a one-day Kinship Workshop coming to Woolwich Common for the first time in June. With a mix of forest, scrub, meadow, grassland and wood, there is a surprising diversity of bird and plant life set amongst a London backdrop. Woolwich Common is a well-loved open space in the heart of South-East London that certainly hasn’t lost it’s wild side!

From our meeting point on the edge of the Common, we’ll spend our day exploring our relationship to place through sensing, moving and reflection. We’d also like to extend a warm welcome to families for this workshop: a child over 8 (and under 16) comes free with a paying adult. Please have a look at the What To Expect page for more information on the general format of a Kinship Workshop.

ACCESS: We’ll meet at the North-East tip of the Common, very close to local London bus routes or a short 15-minute walk from Woolwich Arsenal railway station and DLR. There are toilets in Woolwich town centre but there are no further facilities on the Common.
During the day, we’ll be using tarmac, gravel and earth tracks as well as going off track completely. There will also be a possibility to make adaptions to various access requirements. We will walk between several sites, walking up to about 15minutes at a time.

: 10am-5pm
WORKSHOP FEE: This is a 1-day workshop with a tiered fee based on annual income. Please add the appropriate Price Category code to the BOOKING FORM from the table below and let us know if a child between 8 and 16 will be accompanying you.

A percentage from this workshop fee will be donated to KERULOS.

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