REMINDER – ‘STEP BACK IN TIME’ EVENT THIS SATURDAY

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WE HAVE A STAND FOR THIS EVENT THIS SATURDAY 22nd JULY.
Volunteers to help man the stand welcome.

Please get in touch via the Contact page on this website.

Venue: Pattiland Farm, Old Technology and Archaeology Festival, Broadwoodkelly, Winkleigh, Devon, EX19 8ED
Time – 11am to 5pm
Setting up time – 9.30am

Directions:

From Exeter take the M5/A30 South Bound. Take the exit at Whiddon Down.
Follow the WINKLEIGH signs, and two miles south of Winkleigh take the BROADWOODKELLY turn at Shoresgate Cross.

Follow the lane SLOWLY for around 350 meters, turn left into Pattiland Farm.
Follow the driveway past the bungalow, bear around to the right and arrive in the yard of Pattiland Farm and you will be directed where to park.

From A377 at Morchard Road.
Take the A3124 Winkleigh road almost opposite the Devonshire Dumpling pub.
As you approach Winkleigh turn left to Broadwoodkelly. Continue down the lane until you reach Shoresgate Cross then turn right towards Broadwoodkelly and follow the directions above.

See: www.step-back-in-time.co.uk/2017-festival for information of what’s on.

The Admin Team

 

DEVON DOWSERS TRIP TO GLASTONBURY- 15th/16th July

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Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th July 2017 (main day)

Free to DD members. Guests and members of other Dowsing groups – £3.

We have been given permission to dowse in Glastonbury Abbey on Sunday 16th July at 10am. The discounted group entrance fee is £5.90.

All fees are payable on the day. Please have the correct money.

On this trip we propose to explore the earth energies of the Mary and Michael Lines as they weave their way around Glastonbury.

In order to do this we are also visiting the Chalice Well gardens (entrance fee £4.30 adult, £3.50 conc.), the White Spring, Glastonbury Tor and Wearyall Hill.

Make your own way there or car share.

As there is so much to see in one day some of us are going on the Saturday and staying over. There are campsites nearby, plenty of B&B’s, and even an ashram!

If you would like to join us please get in touch via the Contact page on this website.

The Admin Team

REMINDER – OUR FIRST “DISCOVER DOWSING IN DEVON” WORKSHOP

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…IS AT BERRY CASTLE, HUNTSHAW, near GREAT TORRINGTON
24th JUNE 2017 from 11.00am – 4.00pm – £7.50 per person

Berry Castle Iron Age settlement at Huntshaw in North Devon is to be the first “Discover Dowsing in Devon” Workshop, which is open to all and an opportunity to learn how to dowse a settlement such as Berry Castle. Experienced members of Devon Dowsers will enable you to dowse using L rods and pendulums.

You will search for the hearths, walls, and entrances of round houses; where the forge, workshop and charcoal store was; the water sources in Iron Age days; where the leaders lived, and the nature of the ceremonial site, which will include dowsing for the earth energy lines, spirals and water courses.

Berry Castle has its own unique energy and spirit of place. If you wish to join us for what will be a special learning opportunity then book your place by emailing Diana Burton dandy67@tiscali.co.uk. It will be on a “first come first served” basis.

A nominal charge of £7.50 p will be payable in cash on the day. Either bring your own L rods and pendulum or we can loan or sell you some on the day. Please bring your own lunch and water to drink.

Sturdy walking boots are a must, as the site is covered in tree stumps and some brambles.  Please check the weather and dress accordingly.

Gwynn Paulett – Chairman Devon Dowsers

Further Information on This Saturday’s Walk

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Our walk up the East Okement River, near Okehampton is this Saturday 17th June.

We will now meet at 10.30am on Platform 2 near the ladies toilets and Café.  Or at the Cafe itself on the platform for breakfast at 9.30am.

The address is Dartmoor Railway, Station Road, Okehampton, EX20 1EJ.  Follow the signs to the railway from the centre of the town.

If you are bringing a picnic for lunch you may like to bring a groundsheet to sit on in case it is damp.

If you do the whole walk to the 9 Maidens at Belstone and back the day will end around 3.30pm.

Please wear suitable footwear as it can be muddy.

The Admin Team

REMINDER – walk up the East Okement River, near Okehampton 17th June

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REMINDER –  Our walk up the East Okement River, near Okehampton is this Saturday 17th June. The walk starts at 10.30am at the Okehampton Railway Station car park  or be there at 9.30am if you’d like breakfast first.Bring a picnic for lunch as well if you like.

This is a walk for adults only, Free to DD members. Guests and members of other Dowsing groups – £3.

We will walk up the East Okement River valley, up part of the Tarka Trail and through West Cleave, a beautiful wooded area where there are waterfalls, and where we can commune with Nature Spirits and tree dowse. From West Cleave you can return to the station which will be a 3 mile walk in total.

If you would like to walk 6 miles in total, then the walk will continue to the Nine Maidens at Belstone Tor and return via the Tarka trail back down the Okement valley to the station.The Railway Station café has refreshments and toilets.

Please wear suitable footwear as it can be muddy.

The Admin Team

Next Health and Well-Being Workshop on Sunday 10th September

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Our next Health and Well-Being Workshop will take place  on Sunday 10th September at Spreyton Village Hall.   More details under ‘Courses & Workshops’ above.

The Admin Team

INTRODUCTION TO DOWSING COURSE -THIS SUNDAY 4th JUNE

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REMINDER

INTRODUCTION TO DOWSING COURSE
SPREYTON VILLAGE HALL
THIS SUNDAY 4th JUNE 2017
Arrival 9.30 for 10-00am start to 4.15pm
Cost £25.

Come and learn how to dowse.

More details under ‘Courses & Workshops’ above.

If you would like to join us please get in touch

using the Contact form on this website.

The Admin Team

DEVON DOWSERS’ SHOP REVISED

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Our Shop Page has been revised and updated and can be found by clicking  Here or by finding the Shop link under Dowsing Resources in the main menu bar. We hope you will find it useful.

The Admin Team

LAST REMINDER – DEVON DOWSERS TRIP TO LUNDY

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***DEVON DOWSERS TRIP TO LUNDY – 12th AUGUST 2017***
Please note the last day to book and pay for this is
next Wednesday 31st MAY.
Tickets: £31.45
Please get in touch via the Contact page if you would like to join us or want more details..

The Admin Team

PLEASE NOTE: CHANGE OF DATE FOR THE ‘RURAL SKILLS’ DAY AT FINCH FOUNDRY.

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The ‘Rural Skills & Craft Fair’ at Finch Foundry, Sticklepath, near Okehampton where we have a stand and give demonstrations will now take place on  SUNDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER 2017 not Saturday 2nd.

The Admin Team

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Discover Dowsing in Devon – First Workshop

Dowsing the Iron Age settlement of Berry Castle at Huntshaw will be the first of the “Discover Dowsing in Devon” Workshops and will take place on Saturday 24th June 2017. Places will be limited and further details will be posted soon. “Discover Dowsing in Devon” will be a series of on-site dowsing workshops run throughout the year and open to anyone interested in learning how to dowse archaeological sites; earth energies; ancient sites; or how to dowse for utilities and water. Workshops will be led by members of Devon Dowsers at different locations around Devon. They will be both informative and fun but could also leave you a little astonished at what you can discover by dowsing!

Gwynn Paulett - Chairman Devon Dowsers.