21 June 2011 a post by Greenwood The Bard. 2 comments.

Yew and Me

It was Summer Solstice, and as I always am at that time, I was in Glastonbury. I purposely pick a campsite that's the far side of the Tor away from the town, so that I have to climb the Tor on my way into town each day of my visit. More ...

13 May 2011 a post by Ian Adams. 1 comments.

Beltane Blessing

A favourite book of mine happens to be one of the most important pieces of work ever produced in the collecting and recording of social history in the British Isles. The Carmina Gadelica by Alexander Carmichael [1832-1912]. More ...

01 May 2011 a post by Bruce Stanley. 0 comments.

Dying to dance in Beltane

Beltane is traditionally a time to celebrate vitality and fertility; a time for flowers and dancing and the coming of summer. Around me the leaves are out on all but the Ash trees and the Blackthorn blossom is already passing – so why am I apprehensive? More ...

13 April 2011 a post by Greenwood The Bard. 0 comments.

Spring Equinox & the Super Moon

The neighbourhood of Glastonbury comes alive during the Turns of the Wheel - Pagan seasonal celebrations and Fire Festivals. So off I went with my faithful tent on the Spring Equinox, the anniversary of my naming as a Bard. More ...

11 February 2011 a post by Ian Adams. 1 comments.

consider the ice and mud:

For the first time in my life I'm living in a rural setting, and I'm really enjoying seeing the natural world close-up. More ...

10 February 2011 a post by Pauline Warner. 2 comments.

And the serpent will not harm me

I love the season of Imbolc and Candlemas. The snowdrop breaking through the ice hard soil, lengthening days. Candles for Mary as she presents her new child in the Temple. Bride’s Day when the ewes give their milk or St Bridget’s Day, the patron saint of midwives. It’s a time which is so tuned in to the rhythm of bodies and the seasons. More ...

12 December 2010 a post by Bruce Stanley. 2 comments.

The Hawthorn Tree

Hawthorn trees are one of my favourite trees. As a forager and as someone becoming more attuned to the spirit of individual trees the Hawthorn is very special – a deeply powerful heart medicine as well as a tree integral to the psyche of the British landscape. More ...

09 December 2010 a post by Bruce Stanley. 0 comments.

Pen Labyrinth

Download and print this pen or finger labyrinth and take a moment to journey into its centre and out again. You can use this as a centering or stilling exercise. You might imagine that it doesn't have the same impact as walking a full size one but you may be surprised. More ...

06 December 2010 a post by Bruce Stanley. 0 comments.

How To Manifest The Impossible

The poet laureate Robert Southey, when he wasn’t quilling epic poems about Joan of Arc, Robespierre or Nelson, said this: “To a resolute mind, wishing to do is the first step toward doing. But if we do not wish to do a thing it becomes impossible.” Isn't that fantastic? More ...

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Forest Church Tweets

A beautiful afternoon at Forest Church, St Anne's Church Talygarn. As we recentred our faith and took part in Agape… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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Join us on Saturday 22 January 2022 for Forest Church. This is an outdoor event, so please wrap up warm. pic.twitter.com/5gWk0zJiKl
14 Jan

Why not join us this Sunday at St Anne's Church Talygarn at 3pm for Forest Church. ALL ARE WELCOME! @LlandaffDiotwitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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