NEW – Introduction to Dowsing Course – Spreyton – 29th March 2020

INTRODUCTION TO DOWSING COURSE

SPREYTON VILLAGE HALL

SUNDAY 29th MARCH 2020

10am for a 10.30am start to 4.30pm approx

DD members – £30

Non members – £45 to include a single membership

Limited numbers – payment secures your place

Book online by BACS or at meetings

LIBRARY BOOKS – Stocktake

LIBRARY BOOKS

As usual we will be doing our annual stocktake of Library books at the end of the year.

Please return all books by the AGM on Tuesday 26th November to enable this to take place.

Thank you.

Your Librarians

REMINDER – Our next Talk is on Tuesday 8th October- ‘The Medicine Wheel’ with Heather Darwin

OUR NEXT TALK –

Next Tuesday 8th October at the Red Lion, Chulmleigh starting at 7.30pm

‘History of the Medicine Wheel’ with Heather Darwin

Members free. Non members & guests – £5

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Our next INTRODUCTION TO DOWSING Course is now FULL

Our next

‘INTRODUCTION TO DOWSING’ COURSE

to be held at Ashburton Town Hall on Sunday 20th October 2019.

is now full.

A reserve list has been started in case of cancellations.

Next Course: Spreyton Village Hall in early 2020

 Numbers limited to 16.

Cost £30 to members of Devon Dowsers

£45 to non members which includes a single membership for 2019/2020.

OUR FIRST TALK IN SOUTH DEVON at Ashburton Town Hall

DEVON DOWSERS FIRST TALK IN SOUTH DEVON AT ASHBURTON TOWN HALL

On Sunday 29th September we presented our first Talk in Ashburton. It was a great success, with 75 people attending which included 42 guests. This was in response to requests made to us at dowsing demonstrations from dowsers who lived in the South Devon area. They found the journey to Chulmleigh in the dark difficult to make, whilst recognising the history of Devon Dowsers which started in the north of Devon nearly 27 years ago.

Sean Ferris, the medical dowser from Totnes, gave us a fascinating account of his research into a number of earth energy lines (the Dragons) in Devon, and their interconnectedness with historical characters, visions, myths and legends, which lasted well over 90 minutes, and included a break for refreshments and socialising.

We were happy to welcome our 100th member who joined us from Winchester and look forward to seeing her again. We distributed a questionnaire for opinions on what people in the area would like us to organise. If you would like a copy please contact us via this website and one will be e-mailed out to you. Your opinions and requirements are important to us.

Earlier this year we put on two workshops at Ashburton led by Ann Lodygowski, both of which were fully subscribed. The success of the talk on Sunday ensures we will plan future dowsing events in the South Devon area.

There is one space left on our ‘Introduction to Dowsing’ course led by Gwynn Paulett to be held at the same venue on Sunday 20th October. Please contact us via our website Contact page if you are interested.

Other workshops and dowsing opportunities will follow. Watch this space!

DEVON DOWSERS COUNCIL – SEPTEMBER 2019

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REMINDER – Talk by Sean Ferris at Ashburton Town Hall – this Sunday 29th September starting at 2pm

‘RIDING THE DRAGONS OF DEVON’

A talk by Sean Ferris, the Medical Dowser from Totnes

Ashburton Town Hall (TQ13 7QQ)

Sunday 29th September starting at 2pm

Sean has traced the Dragons (the Earth energy currents) across Devon and will tell us about his discoveries and reveal a unique analysis of their influence on special places such as Dartington Hall, Totnes and Buckfast Abbey.

No need to book, just turn up. Free parking on Sundays. Disabled access.

This event is free to Members of Devon Dowsers, non members and guests £5 to include tea and biscuits.

For a longer description please look at our Home page.

 

We have been asked to put on events in the south of Devon many times.   This our first Talk on a Sunday afternoon, please support it so we can arrange more of them.

 

REMINDER – Talk ‘Riding the Dragons of Devon’ by Sean Ferris – Sunday 29th September starting at 2pm at Ashburton Town Hall.

‘RIDING THE DRAGONS OF DEVON’

A talk by Sean Ferris, the Medical Dowser from Totnes

Ashburton Town Hall (TQ13 7QQ)

Sunday 29th September starting at 2pm

Sean has traced the Dragons (the Earth energy currents) across Devon and will tell us about his discoveries 

and reveal a unique analysis of their influence on special places such as Dartington Hall, Totnes and Buckfast Abbey.

No need to book, just turn up. Free parking on Sundays. Disabled access.

This event is free to Members of Devon Dowsers, non members and guests £5.

For a longer description please look at our Home page.

 

 

 

 

REMINDER – Talk by Caz Donovan on ‘Crystals’ – Tuesday 10th September

‘The Dowsing Applications of Crystals’ –  A Talk by Caz Donovan

This is the first talk in our autumn programme and will be held at the Red Lion, Chulmleigh as usual starting at 7.30pm prompt. More details on the website programme and in the last newsletter.

This is an important meeting – our next Magazine will be available and an update on DFest 2020.

Our Stand at Finch Foundry Sept 1st – CANCELLED

FINCH FOUNDRY RURAL SKILLS DAY – Sunday 1st September

We are sorry to let you know that our attendance at the above event has had to be cancelled.

OUR TRIP TO THE HOLY WELLS on Sunday 18th August at 9.30am – update

Our Trip to the Holy Wells of Cornwall – Sunday 18th August

starting at Halton Quay at 9.30am

Despite the current rainy weather this trip is still taking place as the forecast for the Halton Quay area on Sunday is breezy and cloudy.

Please wear suitable clothing and wellingtons or stout shoes as we will be walking through long grass.

There are still a few places left for DD members and their partners. If you would like to book please phone 07990 324730 to find out the current position. Please do not just turn up as parking and numbers are limited.

Please note we are starting promptly at 9.30am. The day should finish around 4pm.

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Final Talk of 2019 – Andy Burnham

The Old Stones – The Megalithic Sites of Britain

Tuesday 12th November 2019

at 7.30 pm

Red Lion Chulmleigh Devon EX18 7DD

A highly illustrated talk based around many of the fascinating themes, new discoveries and mysteries highlighted in the book The Old Stones, along with a look at lesser known but interesting sites in the local area. The Old Stones is the most comprehensive and thought-provoking field guide ever published to the iconic standing stones and prehistoric places of Britain and Ireland, and was awarded Current Archaeology Book of the Year 2019. Andy is the lead author, along with other contributors to the huge Megalithic Portal web resource which he founded and has been running continuously since 2001.

This is your opportunity to be able to purchase this amazing book, signed copies available and meet Andy Burnham.