This is event is offered by Jo Tytherleigh and Jana Osborne as part of International Yoga Day celebrations.
Eliza Kenyon (www.theawakeningsong.com) is a wonderful facilitator to encourage our voices and hearts to soar!
The price for the evening is £15 which will include a warming meal made with our own homegrown produce. Plus hot drinks and sweet snacks towards the end of the evening.
Booking is essential so that we know numbers for catering in advance, and so that we can send you directions to Harewood Farm. Contact us at email@example.com or on 01822 833231
For those travelling any distance we have a camping option available or there is room at Homepark B & B in Calstock.
Check out the event page for the full programme that includes a day of Yoga and Holistic Cooking happening over the weekend of 20th-21st June for International Yoga Day.
It’s been a joy building the new yoga location that will be first used for the mid summer event that Jo and Jana are creating.
Working without electricity with just a hand saw, cordless drill and a few other simple tools has been lovely. It’s such a tranquil spot and the long daylight hours have had me knocking off at 9:00 pm. Some locally grown Larch will be milled next week and then the top will go on this beautifully located yoga deck.
I hoping that this site on the brow of the hill will give the yogi in reflective pose more of an infinity perspective. It will be a wonderful place to practice.
If you haven’t already booked your place on the next event now’s the time!
Quite a haul from this morning’s dig. Original granite quoins from the house chiseled out by hand many centuries ago. They lay buried and covered in brambles. It’s hard to imagine the toil involved in building with them. Hopefully they’ll find their way into a future project that does them justice. Not for the potting shed and a brew house that will take their place…
Today was such a fun day. It looks like this could become an annual event. Today’s winners were Nye for the kids and Pete Gadd for the grown ups.
Despite some doubtful pitching by the adult contestants there were no umpire calls. The Cornish mizzle abated and although the going was soft some very respectable distances were achieved.
It could have been the sheer volume of chocolate consumed on the egg hunt that enabled Nye’s spectacular finish but a stewards appeal was over ruled as cocoa is exempt from the banned substance list. His winning roll stands and he scooped the Golden Bunny Trophy.
Pete has vowed to defend his 2015 Adult title next year and in a triumphant moment he tossed the winning egg to the admiring pack of hungry dogs. Victory seemed sweet for Mr Gadd. Meanwhile contestants tucked into delicious cakes and buns prepared with love and enjoyed by all.
Spring is a beautiful time at Harewood. The wildflowers in the woods and meadow are at their most stunning. It truly is a thing to celebrate and we’re inviting children and those with youthful hearts to come and enjoy the simple pleasures of the season at Harewood Farm. We have a wonderful view and a gentle hill perfect for the rolling of Easter Eggs.
If you’d like to join us email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s Free and we expect to start the eggs rolling at 1:00 pm lunchtime.
It’s the 31st of July and tomorrow the 1st August will be the last day to buy tickets for our Bank Holiday Bohemia featuring the amazing Juliet Russell and Sarah Moody. Juliet and Sarah will be leading the musical journey of the Gypsies. Juliet’s work and voice is one that many of our friends will have seen and heard through our fund raising events. For those of you who haven’t experienced the power listen here!
Apart from the fireside music and the workshops Juliet and Sarah have planned there will other activities on offer to suit children and adults from flag making to creating art from found objects. Harewood is the perfect place to find peace and tranquility, a hammock or a canoe to paddle.
Day tickets will be very limited and may not be available at all so if you’re coming this really is your last chance.
Check out our events page for more up coming delights
Well I guess the latest news is that we just announced our first bijou summer festival and I have stayed up late updating the Harewood farm site to give it fresh new look.
The other developments of the day are that the new chicks are growing strong and Mrs Broodie the hen can come out of her nesting box and to enjoy the sunshine. Jo has been making elderflower cordial which smells delish and Laika the puppy disgraced herself by licking the bread rising in the tin before it got to the oven.
As the days start to draw out and the morning light streams in a little earlier each day Dennis our Light Sussex Cockrell seems to greet the day with a little more gusto. His seven lovely girls are his and our pride and joy. It seems such a lovely arrangement, we provide them with comfortable accommodation and excellent food and they lay us gorgeous eggs each day. Often there’s 7 ultra fresh eggs for us by noon. After their morning’s work of preening and laying we let them out to wander free. Dennis takes them walking around the yard, in the grass and down the lane. As the day comes to a close and the sun begins to dip, wherever they’ve been they make their way home. With a few squarkes and clucks the girls jostle for a position in the hen house for the night. When everyone is in we shut the door lest Mr Fox should make an unwelcome visit and then all is quite… till tomorrow’s dawning.