Recent studies of native cultures around the world show that their daily life is unhindered by the clock. They approach life with an innate playfulness and do not have the same concept of work as we do in our society. Instead, what could be termed "work" can often take just a few hours of each day, with a large proportion of time spent socialising and playing, and generally deepening the bonds that form the fabric of their culture. It is likely that our ancestors of this land lived at times in a similar way and it is this feeling we wish o nurture.
There will be a marked difference to the previous "craft camp" of 2016. Rather than having scheduled times for people to learn from specialist crafts folk, this will be a co-creative camp where activities, crafts, games, songs and stories will be initiated by whoever is present and feels inspired to. The days and nights will flow in an organic emergence of spontaneous surprise as they did at our Community Connection Camp in 2019.
8th-11th August Sacred Earth, Horam We are still working out the details for this year but we're glad to let you know we'll have delicious food (local, organic where possible) cooked with care by our wonderful chef Eloise Minton.