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Building Wellbeing Together NOW Fri 22 Sep - Sun 24 Sep

  • Well-being


Our conference is nearly sold out, but all day Saturday 9.30am – 10.00pm is open (£95.00 including lunch and supper), as well as Saturday evening only 

Saturday evening 7.30-10pm - £15 / £12 concessions Click here for more information Five Shifts for the Wellbeing Revolution 

This exciting, interactive event will explore how we can build wellbeing together; in our own lives, in wider society and in harmony with the natural world!

It’s a great opportunity to learn, share and connect, plus you will get to enjoy

* time outside

* creative expression

* mindfulness practices and more.

The whole weekend focusses on coming together to co-create a happier world!

·          amazing speakers, including Katherine Trebeck from Oxfam, Nic Marks from Happiness Works, Chris Johnstone from the College of Wellbeing and Karen Creavin from Birmingham City Council

·         lots of interactive workshops on happiness &  wellbeing, too!

click here for programme

click here for speakers and workshops  Network of Wellbeing website

This event  is  co-hosted by the Network of Wellbeing (NOW) and Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking.

Prices include accommodation and all delicious home-cooked meals for residential single, shared and camping; non-residential includes all meals except breakfast.

Single - £295

Shared - £240

Non-res - £175

Camping - £185 ("Please note: There is no drop down option on the booking form for camping. If you would like to camp, please note this in the 'For music courses' box. You can also add any additional dietary preferences in this box.”)

Saturday only 9.30am - 10pm - £95 (includes lunch, supper, refreshments and evening ssession with Chris Johnstone)

Saturday evening 7.30-10pm - £15 / £12 concessions Click here for more information Five Shifts for the Wellbeing Revolution 


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"Hawkwood has all the ingredients we look for when running events and meetings –their ethical approach, from the fantastic food they serve to the way they manage their land, works perfectly for us. It’s a relaxed environment which is conducive to creative thinking and open dialogue, and the staff are so helpful."

Helen Browning, CEO at Soil Association