To book on a workshop please send a £40 deposit with your postal address
and phone number (preferably a landline) to Helen Poynor at the
address on this page. Early booking is advised (max 12 places).
Once your booking is confirmed your deposit is non-refundable. A
list of local accommodation, and full travel details are sent on confirmation. Please respect
that the concession rate is intended for people on benefit level
of income. If you would have difficulty walking up to a mile on rough ground or moving on unpredictable terrain please call Helen to discuss the sites we will be working on.
A reduced price bursary place is available on most workshops as
a work exchange. Please enquire.
Nearest train station: Axminster on the Waterloo
to Exeter line operated by South Western Railway www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Discounts for South East Network card holders and other card holders.
For cheap tickets from London try megatrain.com. (www.traveline.org.uk Tel: 0871 200 22 33 for buses)
Nearest airport: Exeter. Other airports: Bristol and Heathrow (with railair
link via Woking to Axminster).
Workshops are based in Beer, East Devon, an attractive
fishing village in a sheltered bay 20 miles east of Exeter between
Sidmouth and Lyme Regis, or Branscombe (the next village to Beer) and Charmouth, West Dorset a coastal village
2 miles east of Lyme Regis. Both villages are located on the World
Heritage Jurassic Coast providing beautiful and tranquil settings
to take time out. A variety of accommodation is available including
hotels, B & Bs, a Youth Hostel and camping (in the summer).
Tel: 01297 680155 9am - 7pm Mon- Sat
Or write to:
8 Mill Lane
To receive a hard copy of the brochure please contact Helen. If you are happy to receive workshop information by email register on firstname.lastname@example.org. Helen cannot be reached by email, for all enquiries contact her directly by phone or post.
Performance images: Annie
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Workshop images: Helen Poynor and Annie Pfingst
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