What's on in 2019

Here is what we have in store for our 2019 Space to Emerge

Scroll down the page to read about the evening entertainment, food, healing offerings and sacred spaces. Children's activities will be added soon.

Please note that workshops may be subject to change at the event. Workshops are free to attend and included in the ticket price, but some facilitators may ask for a small donation to cover the cost of the materials that you use.

Sacred Spaces

The Green Man Altar

An altar to the Green Man set in an ancient circle of Yews, high up on the hill away from the main camp festivities.
A space for quite reflection and connection.

The Mother Earth Altar

Nestled in the woodlands close to the Moon Pond, here is a special place where you can connect with our Mother Earth and write blessing messages.

The Labyrinth

We have a seven-circuit labyrinth in the woodland.
It is a beautiful space for developing personal and universal meaning, leading to a deeper knowledge of ourself and our connection to the divine.

The Three Rivers Red Tent

We have a beautiful and welcoming Red Tent. This is a space for women who might want to take some time out and chill through the weekend, as well as take part in some Red Tent workshops.

Healers at Space to Emerge

We have a range of one-to-one healing sessions on offer including massage, reiki, sound healing and crystal healing.

Workshops

We are still putting together our timetable of workshops but have quite an eclectic offering already. More will be added, changes may be made and to find out more follow the link below.

Meditation - Trance drumming - Shamanic journeying - Wild weed medicine - Communicating with animals - Gong baths - Dance - Craft - Healing the ancestors - Mindfulness - Nature walk - Children’s workshops - British Goddess work - The Ancestral Diet - Tree Spirit Medicine - The Runes of the Northern Path - Finding Your Maleness - Red Tent - Creativity - Chant

Meditation

Trance Drumming

Creativity

Communicating with Animals

Gong Baths

Healing our Ancestors

Mindfulness

The Runes of the Northern Path

Dance

Shamanic Drum Journeying

Tree Spirit Medicine

Finding Your Maleness

British Goddess Workshop

Craft

The Ancestral Diet

The Red Tent

Nature Exploration Walk

Children's Workshops

Chant

Wild Weed Medicine

Meditation

Trance Drumming

Wild Weed Medicine

Communicating with Animals

Gong Baths

Healing our Ancestors

Mindfulness

The Runes of the Northern Path

Dance

Shamanic Journeying

Tree Spirit Medicine

Finding Your Maleness

British Goddess Workshop

Craft

The Ancestral Diet

The Red Tent

Nature Walk

Children's Workshops

Chant

Creativity

Evening Entertainment

The Space to Emerge Fire

We have a camp fire on each of the three evenings on the edge of the Glade by the barn.

This is the perfect place for story telling, impromptu performances and general community fun.

The Earthquakers

On Saturday evening we are very excited to welcome back our Ceilidh band.

Their live music will entertain us well into the night and give us an opportunity to dance to their live music.

Our Open Mic

Would you like to take part in the evening entertainment?

Bring along your story, reading, song, poem or dance to share with us around the campfire during our open mic sessions.

Meals and Food

On the Friday night we have a bring-and-share supper.

During the rest of the weekend you can either bring and cook your own meals, and/or buy delicious food and hot drinks prepared by our specially selected caterer.

Feed of the Sun is a vegan specialist bringing wholesome and hearty, home cooked food, with a passion for fusion, flavours and plant based, gluten free whole-food.

On the Friday night we have a bring-and-share supper.

During the rest of the weekend you can either bring and cook your own meals, and/or buy delicious food and hot drinks prepared by our specially selected caterer.

Feed of the Sun is a vegan specialist bringing wholesome and hearty, home cooked food, with a passion for fusion, flavours and plant based, gluten free whole-food.

In the Neighbourhood

Lake Windermere

You can easily walk to Lake Windermere from Fellfoot Wood, should you fancy some time down by the lake shore, or a spot of wild swimming.

The National Trust Fell Foot Park

The Park is opposite the Wood entrance (two mins away). It is open until 5pm, free entrance on foot and there is a cafe in the boathouse alongside the lake.

Lake Windermere

You can easily walk to Lake Windermere from Fellfoot Wood, should you fancy some time down by the lake shore, or a spot of wild swimming.

The National Trust Fell Foot Park

The Park is opposite the Wood entrance (two mins away). It is open until 5pm, free entrance on foot and there is a cafe in the boathouse alongside the lake.

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