See you on Wednesday!

A reminder of the various HGN meetings and happenings this week on Wednesday 20th September @ De Koffie Pot:

3pm – 7pm: The Sunset Market… there are still a couple of market stalls available – free of hire for your first market. Growers & Makers, Movers & Shakers of the Herefordshire Green Network! Come & be part of the movement to provide locals with an alternative to the supermarket on the way home from work & school. Stalls with local produce, arts & crafts, family friendly activities and local community information are all welcome. If you would like to hire a stall there are just a couple still available. Contact enquiries@herefordleftbank.com and mark FAO Sophie.

Or – of course – do just come & browse on your way to…

5pm – 6.30pm: HGN Members Meeting… To receive an agenda please confirm by email if you plan to come along to this regular meeting of the Herefordshire Green Network. Message kate@hgnetwork.org The meeting will be upstairs in the Gallery at DKP.

6pm – 7pm: And for those of you who would rather sing .. join the Turnastone Peace Choir! The singing will be upstairs in the main meeting room, all welcome.

7.30 – 9pm: On the Buses! This month’s HGN Gathering, with our own Anna Heywood and Les Lumsden. All you need to know about the state of public transport in Herefordshire: a forum to share concerns and aspirations – and to hear whats really happening on the lanes and byways of rural Herefordshire.

 

Hoping to see you there.

 

How People Transform

As a follow up from his fascinating workshop last month on spiral dynamics, Jonathan Dover has sent the following message:

I’m pleased to announce a global event taking place on October 6th that is free to stream live from the Universal Hall at Findhorn.
Sign up to watch Ken Wilber and Doshin Roshi discuss The Transformational Communities of Tomorrow.
You are welcome to join as this event is streamed live to Holistic Centres, Ecovillages and Spiritual Communities around the world. The event is a collaboration between Ken Wilber, Integral Zen, Holistic Centres Network, Findhorn Foundation and Integral View.
If you would like to be there live yourself, the event also precedes a week-long Integral Zen ’sesshin’ retreat at the Findhorn Foundation, held by Zen Master Doshin Roshi.
For people who sign up but miss the event, it will be made available for download shortly afterwards.
Warm Regards,
Jonathan.

Applewood Courses for Harvest Season

As we head into autumn there is an exciting and pioneering range of courses at Applewood. These courses will engage, empower and enliven us to be our full selves and be proactive in creating the world we want to live in.  Looby Macnamara, a cutting edge author, facilitator and permaculture designer will be joined by other leading permaculturists.
Empowering Women with Permaculture with Looby and Maddy Harland 31st august -3rd Sept
People Permaculture Facilitator’s Training with Looby and Peter Cow 19th -29th Sept (plus year long mentoring programme)
Cultural Emergence Design Course with Looby 3rd-8th Oct
Learning the language of systems and patterns with Looby and Aranya 12th-15th Oct
Permaculture Your Body with Aranya, Lizzie Franklin and Dick Thompson 19th- 22nd Oct
Next year’s Permaculture Design courses and more are in the pipeline, please be in contact if you would like to be kept informed.

Rubbish Art!!

Hopefully some of you will have checked out The Road Spill Shrine currently showing at MadeintheMarchesGallery @ No.12 Church St. Kington:
“The shrine is made from the rubbish I have picked up from the hedges and verges during walks I have taken around the roads and lanes in this beautiful corner of our boarder country. I gave myself 6 weeks to the material and restricted the area of search to make a point about the state of our pathments and roadsides. I have used mostly drink cans as they are bright, shinny and durable as well as being easily recycled. I called the shrine The Road Spill because the road flattened cans seemed like a form of road kill … but this had been no accident, this had all been deliberately dumped.”
Artist, Paul Baines

The Heart of our Nature

What makes a healthy culture? How can we speak and listen from our hearts?

Join this weekend workshop at Turnastone LAND Centre, 15th – 17th September.

Using wisdom from traditional cultures and social permaculture the workshop will challenge us to find ways to nurture a truly healthy culture in our lives every day.

For more information contact benjaminsalmon@gmail.com / hattie@firelight.org.uk / 01981 55 11 31.

 

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