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Tapestry of Life

27 Sep–1 Oct 2021 (Mon–Fri)

This retreat combines reflections and bible studies with the opportunity to spend time unwinding with handicrafts. The retreat is aimed at anyone interested in tapestry, embroidery or handicrafts of any sort. Whether you are a beginner at stitching or an expert, come and join us as we spend time exploring the threads that make up our lives. You can unwind in the company of other crafters. There will also be the opportunity to learn how to do two different techniques (we will confirm the techniques nearer the time).

Who's speaking?

Gretel White

Gretel White has a passion for creation and sustainability, expressed in various crafts including the use of recycled materials.

Vittoria Hancock

Vittoria Hancock is a Welsh priest, writer, and storyteller. She currently works in Scotland as a parish priest in the Cairngorms and Director of Ordinands for the Diocese of Aberdeen and Orkney. She is passionate about living life in all its fullness.

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Walk and Talk

27 Sep–1 Oct 2021 (Mon–Fri)

Graham and Helen Worsfold, James and Inger Denniston

Come and experience the early autumn delights of God’s creation in this beautiful part of North Devon – enjoying the rich tapestry of changing colours…

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