Programme of Events



Wednesay evenings 7 - 9pm

At Rose and Crown House
6 South St, South Molton, Devon

COST:  £10/person for groups (limited numbers)
£30/hr for individuals

Visioning Journal with expressive arts uses a range of activities centring on the vision collage, and extended into creative journal and expressive arts in order to develop specific aims and objectives. Based on an approach originated by Lucia Capaccione, Visioning Journal is a way of 'Designing the Life of Your Dreams' and is an original technique of marrying the left and right brain for personal, project or group planning purposes. 
It can be used for individuals, couples or small groups.
Visioning Journal brings a playful approach to making your dreams come true 
and engaging your imagination in your 'real' daily life: at home, in business, 
building a career, in relationships health and other areas you might chose. 
 In these times of unprecedented change, we all can rise to the horizons 
of our heart's desire, or spiritual and personal aspiration, and with a bit of support 
begin to enjoy a renewed friendship with our passionate Creative Self. 
It is time to discover our true life purpose and follow it with playfulness, 
enthusiasm and inspiration.
(No special artistic or creative talent is required, just an open mind 
and an adventurous spirit

(for small groups)

Tiverton, Devon:

'Discoverying your Inner Artist'

May 26th

10 am - 1 pm

COST: £20 (concessions available)

Book early as numbers are limited.

Isle of Man:

May 19th and 20th

COST: £30/day

For bookings contact: Richard Crowhurst 0n 01624 865968



'Healing Altars in the Landscape'

We walk in the steps of our Bardic ancestors, who sang the history 
and philosophy of their time,  celebrate our connection with our 
nature with mandala, rhythm, poetry, song and journal.

June 23rd: 
Wistman's Wood, Two Bridges, Dartmoor

Meet at the car park of Two Bridges Hotel at 11 am. Bring picnic lunch.
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August 26th: Kingley Vale West Sussex.

Meet at West Dean car park at 11 am. Bring picnic lunch.
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October 27th: Hay Tor, Dartmoor 
We explore the possible Dartmoor landscape zodiac which ancient Druids are said to have devised as teaching tools in the landscape.
There is a story about Hay Tor concerning  a bridal gown and veil which were offered to a man, who was forced to marry a woman chosen by his parents. He kept it for his daughter wanted to marry the love of her life, although forbidden to do so.  She took the gown and veil, married her lover and disappeared.  These symbols relate closely to the Zodiac sign of Virgo, the Bride of Nature being the female archetype associated to the sign.

(details to follow)

September 30th
:  Cow Castle, Exmoor

(a walk with poetry and mandala)

Meet 11am at Simonsbath, Exmoor National Park car park, 
bring wet weather clothes.  The walk includes a short hill walk, 
and 1hr 30 min rough flat hike.  Bring picnic lunch.

COST: £5 donation to the Gatekeeper Trust.

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