SENSING THE LAND
A sensory walkshop on the South Downs - Sunday 7th Feb
We're lucky in Brighton.
We're lucky because we live just 15 mins from truly beautiful countryside on the South Downs, a rich tapestry of wildlife, landscapes and tranquility, that 'weave together a story of people and place in harmony.'
But what do you know about the history of the Downs? How do you feel when you're on them, when you're part of them?
And what can the South Downs teach you about yourself?
The South Downs have been inhabited since ancient times and there is a rich heritage of historical features and archaeological remains, including defensive sites, burial mounds and field boundaries...
On this nature connected woodland and downland 'walkshop' - Sunday 7th Feb - we'll explore the inner and outer landscapes of the South Downs.
You'll learn about the geology, and natural and human history of the Downs, and explore some relaxed practices to experience the landscape through your senses and your body, to learn more about the land and yourself.
Details and booking here: www.meetup.com/School-of-the-Wild-Sussex
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Author & Curator
Nigel Berman is the founder of School of the Wild.