Events

Immerse yourself in the Hawkwood experience on one of our residential courses, or simply join us for a day. We have a huge range of creative and inspiring courses: focus on movement and creativity with yoga or an art workshop, get involved with social change, reconnect with nature, or join us for a poetry, storytelling, classical music, woodwork, blacksmithing or embroidery course.

We offer a unique mix of vibrant and stimulating courses, often not found elsewhere.

Either browse our full list of courses, talks and events or select from a specific area of interest. You can also use the search bar option or take a look at our calendar which highlights all activities at Hawkwood month by month.

We are open and have implemented a Safety Protocol in order to welcome you to a secure venue following recommended government guidelines (COVID Risk Assessment).

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08 Mar

Feminine Leadership Virtual Event

Conversations that Matter #IWD2021

Facilitator: Natalie Fee & Traci Lewis

This International Women’s Day, join Natalie Fée, Founder/CEO of award-winning plastic campaign group City to Sea, in conversation with Traci Lewis, co-founder of Catalyse Change and sustainability business expert, as they discuss what it takes to get your idea or…

18 Mar

Climate Action Lab Call Back Virtual Event

What Next? Keeping each other accountable.

Facilitator: Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking

We’ve all attended a conference and left with handfuls of inspiration and an exciting checklist. But what happens next? How do we keep the momentum going? Accountability and community are key. Join us for a 2-hour interactive session to come…

19 - 21 Mar

Writing in Wild Spring

Writing the Wild Spring

Facilitator: Helen Moore

Writing in Wild Spring. Over Spring Equinox, we’ll open to wildness and new growth within and without, as we explore the beautiful land of Hawkwood and enjoy creative writing. In developing our response to place and other-than-human realms, we’ll read…

25 Mar

The Refugee Crisis – Conversations that Matter with Jaz O’Hara Virtual Event

The Refugee Crisis

Facilitator: Jaz O'Hara

The Refugee Crisis remains the biggest humanitarian crisis of our time. The UNHCR predicts that by 2050, 1 billion people will be displaced. But for many of us, this raises lots of questions… Why are so many people leaving their…

01 Apr

April Fools Special Event Virtual Event

Improv: Moments & Mindset

Facilitator: Neil Mullarkey

Have you ever seen an improv show – where a team of performers create spontaneous scenes and stories based on audience suggestions? Here is your chance to experience an hour-long taster session on April Fools’ Day, run by one of…

05 - 03 Apr

Speak to Change the World Virtual Event

Change the world through public speaking

Facilitator: John Paul Flintoff

If you had the chance, would you change the world? Of course you would. But how? You may want to stop something bad, or start something wonderful. Either way, to have real impact you need to share it, speak about…

29 Apr

Do Something For Nothing – Conversations that Matter with Joshua Coombes Virtual Event

Seeing beneath the surface of homelessness, through the simple act of a haircut

Facilitator: Joshua Coombes

Most of us know what it’s like to walk past another person who is sleeping on the streets and to experience the feelings that confront us at that moment. Homelessness is continuously rising around the world. In cities with such…

09 - 12 Sep

Animal Communication Workshop – Level 2

Telepathic animal communication workshop - Level 2

Facilitator: Jacqueline Buckingham

This  workshop is for you if you have previously studied in this field and feel comfortable with the basic elements. This is an exciting opportunity to learn new techniques & release blocks. Deepen your telepathic communication skills through supported practice…