East Anglian Mind, Body & Spirit Festival 2010
annually since 1990, this year's event will be held on
Friday and Saturday 16th and 17th April, 10am to 5pm at The Forum in Norwich. Full details of the event can be found on The Forum's website.
It brings together many local therapists & practitioners,
home-made food, special guests and lots of fun for everyone. Past
special guests have included authors, artists, musicians such as
Courtney Davis, Brian & Wendy Froud, Helena Paterson, Chesca
Potter, Rae Beth, Teresa Moorey, Emma Restall Orr, Carolyn Hillyer
& Nigel Shaw (Seventh Wave Music) and Poppy Palin.
Earth-Centred End-of-Year Samhain Service for Remembering, Releasing
To honour the Celtic Celebration of the Old Year closing and
the New Year opening ...
Held annually since 1997, this magical, meditative evening welcomes
everyone of all spiritual paths and none, to come together and share
quiet personal reflection and a sense of community. This evening
is for remembering those we love and miss, releasing what we do
not wish to carry forward into the New Cycle, and renewing ourselves
mentally and affirming our hopes, wishes and dreams, using as inspiration
the Old Ways of the British Isles and Europe.
is a non-profit-making event, with all funds raised and any donations
made going to Norwich-based charities. Past recipients have included
the Priscilla Bacon Lodge at the Colman Hospital in Norwich, Family
First charity, Woodland Cat Rescue, the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital
Childrens' Trust, Norwich AIDS Helpline, the Norfolk Eating Disorders
Association, Health First Child Health and Safety Development Charity,
and the Norfolk Suicide Bereavement Support Group
are other events presented occasionally by Inanna's
Festival, and these have included such events as an evening
with the author Asphodel Long, concerts with Carolyn Hillyer and
Nigel Shaw (Seventh Wave Music), an Autumn Feast and Dance with
folk band Jack Orion, Bloodrites for Women, and Magical Development
with Rachel Mayatt.
St Andrew's Hill
of where we are
Sat 10.00am til 6.00pm
and Thursday evenings
in the run-up to Christmas