Supporting our Community

Most of our activities are offered between April and October.
To know more about our upcoming events
keep an eye on our facebook page or contact us for more information.

Earth Drumming

Using drumming and percussion to help us connect with nature and
with each other ....

Many of us thinking ofthe climate and ecological emergency
may wonder “what can I do about it?”.
This led session, using drumming and percussion based on West African rhythms explores and encourages the need to connect and listen more deeply. Our focus on connection and collectivity may enable what is ours to do to emerge.

For more information email Jane :
 [email protected]

Death Café

Anyone interested please email us

A Death Cafe is a place where people, often strangers, gather to drink tea, eat cake and discuss death.
Death has become a taboo subject in our society and we hope that by offering this space we may make it less so. The objective is to increase our awareness of death and so to help people make the most of their (finite) lives.
The land of Heron Meadow shows us the cycles of life and death on a daily basis so it feels like a good place to hold this space. It's a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes.
It is not a grief support group or a counselling session. 

Earth Café

Anyone interested please email us

Concerned about what’s happening in the world around us?

This is a facilitated space where you know you will have space to speak. It is not designed to recruit you or call you to action.

It is really important to talk about how we feel about what is happening to the earth and often difficult as we can feel guilty about not doing enough or get frustrated with others for not doing enough.

So at the café we don’t talk about what we should be doing, we just talk about the ecological crisis and how it makes us think and feel.

Some of our past events

Earth Café
For people concerned by what is happening in the world around us
Open Day and Open mornings
To visit Heron Meadow freely , meet its inhabitants and learn more about them
Sheep Day
A celebration of the Sheep, their gifts and our shared history
Death Café

A group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes.

The Woodland Project facilitated by Menscraft
An opportunity for men to spend practical and purposeful time outdoors
Tree planting supported by the Environment Agency

Establishing a new area of scrubland and copse as a dedicated wildlife habitat 

What the Waveney knows
Exploring the natural history of Heron Meadow and Wortham Ling