Events

Events, Courses, Retreats, Therapies and Workshops

To express interest or to book on any of our events, workshops and courses please contact- info@templedruid.org

Come along to our Celebration Days thought 2017!

Visitor Sessions

Visitor Sessions; 9th Feb, 14th April, 16th June, 1 Aug and 9th Nov.

We will be holding 6 visitor sessions in 2017. These sessions are roughly 3 hours long, from 10am-1pm and will include;

A welcome briefing of the history of Temple Druid from the Bronze Age to date
A tour of the downstairs of the John Nash designed House and Barns
A guided walk through some of the gardens and land at Temple Druid
A brief outline of the current communities aims, objectives and projects
A cup of something warm or cold
These sessions would suit those who want to take a peek the history of the house and land, meet some of those who currently live and work here, and find out more about the regeneration of the house and associated projects. We are suggesting a donation of £10 per adult for this tour and tea ☺ We are open to groups (such as schools or historical societies) contacting us in advance to make group bookings.

 Volunteer Days and  Weekends

In return for your work, we will provide some food and great company!  Check our dates on the Volunteer page.

If you are interested in helping out on this beautiful heritage site please contact Jules on info@templedruid.org who will send you more details.

Wood Collection- There are a number of fallen and dead trees we will be cutting up and logging to season. Locals are welcome to help and can have a bag of wood to take home!

Repair and Maintenance- This includes roof repair, fixing the bedroom ceiling, mortar pointing, repair of window frames, and painting in lime wash.

Experience and Skills- we will welcome volunteers with varying levels of skill and experience, and look forward to sharing ours too, so that each of us can learn something new.

Market Garden- We plan to turn a field of depleted pasture into a produce garden and shop, and will need help digging, composting, building our polytunnel, and starting to plant crops to over winter.

Land- Right now there are task such as helping to gather firewood to the barn for winter, team sessions of ragwort pulling, repair to stone walls and fencing.

As projects at Temple Druid develop there will be further opportunities to gain experience by working alongside leaders in heritage crafts and building skills, and as our programme of workshops and courses get going you may wish to help on one of these.
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Temple Druid Ltd Company, Not for Profit, Company Number 9238932