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The Wye Valley AONB Unit runs a series of walks, talks, courses and events throughout the year. We also advertise events and courses going on in and around the AONB. Find out more about an event or look at all our events available below.

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Summer Meditation Walk 06/08/16

Duration: I day 11pm - 4pm

Join Martin on a mediatation walk at one of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust's magical places Lancuat, site of the church ruins of St James's Church and alongside the River Wye. A range of meditations will be examined to help develop qualities such as clarity, concentration, equanimity and love. These meditations are suitable for people of any faith or those with none. Also suitable for experienced meditators or beginners.

Martin Kerrigan is an experienced Buddhist meditation teacher who has been practising within the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for over 20 years and has been involved in a number of mulit faith events.

Date: Saturday, August 6

Time: 11am - 4pm

Cost: Free event sponsored by the Forest of Dean Buildings Preservation Trust, custodians of St James's Church

Directions: Meet at Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust car park at Lancaut, 0.5 miles north of Woodcroft village on the B4228  near Chepstow. Map Ref: ST539966

Walk conditions: The path down to Lancaut is steep and may be muddy and slippy. Please wear suitable clothing and footwear.

Facilities: There are no WC facilities. The site is not accsessible to wheeled vehicles. Wheelchair users wil be unable to access the site due to the terrain.

Note: This event is not suitable for children under 12. Only assistance dogs allowed.

Refreshments: You may wish to bring refreshments such as a picnic or drinks

Further Information: Please contact fbtmartin@tiscali.co.uk

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