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Autumn Woman Harvest Queen - Menopause workshop UK
Fri. 16 June 2017, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm British Summer Time United Kingdom Time
After Mother, before Crone is the time of the Maga – the Matriarch, the Enchantress, the Harvest Queen
How do we harvest the richness of our lives in our Autumn life season?
We will explore the treasures of this season - the harvest, the joys and the responsibilities.
We will join together to reclaim this time in our lives for the gift it is for all our relations.
With information sharing and experiential processes in circle and pairs, Jane Hardwicke Collings from
The School of Shamanic Womancraft, will facilitate a day gathering for women seeking information about the menopause rite of passage, the life season of Maga, and how to make sense of it all in your own life.
Open to women of any age, numbers limited.
Price: 100 pound Sterling (plus booking fees)
The hall is on the outskirts of Rugeley which is a town in Staffordshire UK which sits on the edge on AONB (area of outstanding natural beauty)
There is plenty of parking at the venue.
If you are not driving the information below may be helpful when planning your journey.
The nearest airport is Birmingham international where you can get a train to Rugeley
There are 2 train stations in the nearby Town of Rugeley.
Rugeley Town Station
Rugeley Trent Valley Station
Rugeley Town Station is nearest to the hall and is 1.4miles away (25mins walk)
Rugeley Trent Valley Station is 2 miles away from the hall and is accessible via walking or taxi although it is most likely that we will be able to pick women up from the town each morning at a designated time and place.
Coming from Birmingham International you would take the train to Rugeley Town train station. It's about 60-90mins with a change at Birmingham New Street depending on which train you catch.
Coming from central London it is a direct train from London Euston to Rugeley Trent Valley Station and takes 1hr38mins
Coming From Edinburgh you would take the train to Rugeley Trent Valley Station. It's a 4hr 13mins journey with 2 changes.
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