Celebrating Summer Solstice

5 June, 2014 Glennie Kindred 0

To celebrate the Earth’s yearly solar cycle is to take part in an ancient tradition that has been handed down to us since before Celtic times. The old Celtic festivals are a means by which […]

Signs of Spring

26 February, 2014 Louisa Mills 4

I thought of you today, on my journeys. I’d headed out with my family to Wick, a peaceful old village on the South coast of Wales. We pointed out the many signs of spring along […]

The River Knows

29 January, 2014 Louisa Mills 0

I‘m writing to you through the gentle haze of golden white sunshine. My hilltop house faces south and, when the weather allows it, the winter sun peeks through the window at me in the afternoons. […]

Hotbeds and Hotbins

29 January, 2014 Maddy Harland 0

In 1999, the year the total eclipse of the sun was visible from Cornwall, Tim and I took our then small children to see it. They were awed by the experience. That same holiday we […]


25 November, 2013 Maddy Harland 1

I have a philosophy. It is to go where I am invited, to walk through open doors rather than push against the ones that are closed, to listen to my intuition to hear the call. […]

Lessons from Woodland Creatures

21 August, 2013 William Long 0

Natural creatures, though instinctively shy or timid, are not wildly governed by fears and terrors, as we have been misinformed from our youth up. The ‘reign of terror’ is another of those pet scientific delusions, […]

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