Deepening our Nature Connection - Falkland 2022

creating empowered communities


Deepening our Nature Connection

Falkland 2022

 

empowering communities

Project: Donate What You Can

 

Based on renowned world movement "Art of Mentoring" and "Deep Nature Connection"

 

Facilitators: Adele Clarke and volunteers

 

Creating nature-connected people and communities. Empowering future generations. This programme is for the wider communite as well as for the volunteers trained in Nature Connection to practice their skills.

This project is suitable for everyone interested in connecting deeper with nature and is an opportunity for you to create and be surrounded by community.

We really look forward to seeing you.  Please text us on 07944 156 882 to book your place.
 

Dates for your diary for full nature experience:

 

today  25 Jun 2022 - around Summer Solstice

today  29 Oct 2022 - Ancestors Feast

11am to 5pm

 


In this project we will be co-creating community events .              

The programme will use the 8 Shields model which is dynamic design tool useful for all aspects of our lives from understanding our natural rhythms, to repairing our neurobiological and sensory systems.

The 8 shields model can be used for planning events and projects to designing peaceful regenerative communities and culture repair. It is a pattern language that has been tried and tested over millennia of human existence, all over the world and it belongs to us al.

What happens on the day?

Stories, songs, games, nature activities, nature education, conservation, learning about the 8 shields, wilderness, supportive community and much more.

 

Information

In partnership with the Centre for Stewardship: The beautiful and historic Falkand Estate offers us the chance to deeply connect and immerse in nature in a landscape of diverse habitats.

See www.centreforstewardship.org.uk

 The meeting point is at Pillars of Hercules caffee between 10:30am and 11am  

Address to meet: Pillars of Hercules, Falkland, Fife, KY15 7AD.

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Times for the community: Saturday 11am to 5pm. Arrival at 10:30am for registration, orientation and a cup of tea.

Donations:   Either use the PayPal link above or donate what you can to Adele on the day.

Important note for all: It takes time to move into the time of no time. To help all of us to make the transition from city into nature we have 10:30am as arrival time with half an hour for settling down, slowing down, having a mindfull cup of tea and fully being present in the now without rushing into "doing" or activities. The aim of the day is to totally slow down, relax and just "be present" from the very begining.

How to get there

Bus and coach: click for more info

By train from Edinburgh: Train from Edinburgh to Ladybank train station in Fife is around 1 hour and from there there are two options to get to Pillars: local bus or taxi. The station is around 5 min by taxi to Pillars of Hercules or there is a regular local bus. Train ticket from Edinburgh is around £12.60 one way. click for more info

Car share / travel from Edinburgh: We encourage car share, so get in touch with us to find out if other people have spaces in their car. Likewise: if you are driving and can offer lifts, please let us know.

Important practicalities

Camping with facilities: Those wishing to extend their weekend independent of our programme can book camping with Pillars of Hercules. There is a cost for this and it is pre-paid directly to Pillars on their website. They offer water, hot shower and toilet facilities at their cafe: www.pillars.co.uk/camping.html.

Food: Please bring a pack lunch. If camping you will need to bring tent, food for your dinner and breakfast. Pillars of Hercules caffee opens around 9am and closes at 5pm. They serve breakfast, lunch and are also an organic shop. They do not serve dinner. 


Parents are responsible for their children at all times.

What people say

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  The deep nature connection brought together many aspects of outdoor learning for me. I was very grateful for the wisdom and skills that the facilitators organising the weekend had. They enabled us to feel at ease very quickly and because of that we weaved together a magical connection with one another. The land on which we spent time together is rich and abundant and it also facilitated my sense of wonder and awe. Altogether an inspiring time where I felt expansion and growth on a personal and professional level. 

Louise