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Winter Solstice Woodland Celebration
Celebrate mid-winter with us in the woods
Mentored by Project RewildMentor summary: Rewilding children, families & communities
For ages: 3 - 18+ years
Mid-Winter Solstice celebration for all the family Project Rewild want to help us all reconnect with the natural world and with the changing seasons We offer seasonal celebrations throughout the year marking the 8 key points in the Celtic calendar Winter Solstice is the shortest day and the longest night. An opportunity to come out of hibernation, be loving, generous and sociable. Celebrate each other and being alive. The old year has died and the way is now prepared for the rebirth of activity. During this family celebration we will celebrate the darkness around a hot fire. Sing songs, tell stories, share food, drink and give thanks to the land and to one another. Learn about how and why our ancestors celebrated this special time of the year. light candles, take part in simple ceremonies to give gratitude to the land and to one another. Celebrate the darkness and prepare for the longer days to come. 3pm - 5pm - family activities, stories and songs. 5pm - 6pm - Fire side tim...
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Church in the Wood, Hollington, Church in the Wood Lane, Saint Leonards-on-sea, East Sussex, TN38 9PB
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