What to expect
Our focus this year is on the ‘Nature within and without’. We’ll be exploring the connection between the personal spiritual journey and our relationship with the wider Earth.
During the weekend we will have an opportunity to meet like minded people and take part in inspiring talks, discussions and interactive workshops as well as get to know each other through bonding activities.
On Saturday night we will have a bonfire and an Eisteddfod - a session of creativity - a great opportunity for learning about our cultures through music, poetry, storytelling or anything you created and would like to share with others.
Some of the activities will take place outside to allow you to enjoy the beautiful grounds of Beaumanor Hall.
So come and join us for a weekend of building friendship between Hindu and Pagan communities and celebrating bonds and values we share.
Sleeping and Eating
Refreshments and vegetarian/vegan meals will be provided throughout the weekend, and are included in the price of your ticket. If you have any additional dietary requirements, please let us know.
Accommodation available on site in a form of a two basic single sex dormitories with shared bathrooms. Spaces are limited.
If you will be making your own sleeping arrangements, there are a range of affordable options nearby.
The cost of full weekend includes activities and meals:
Adults - £55
Children under 18 - £40
Kids under 10 - £10
Overnight on-site accommodation - +£10 per person.
2010 - Balaji Temple, Birmingham
2013 - Whitlenge Garden Centre, Kidderminster, Worcestershire
2014 - Warrington
2015 - Whitlendge Garden Centre, Kidderminster, Worcestershire
2016 - ‘Sacred Bonds’, Beaumanor Hall, Loughborough
2017 - ‘We are One’, Beaumanor Hall, Loughborough
2018 - ‘Celebration of the Sun’, Beaumanor Hall, Loughborough