Upcoming Courses & Events

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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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04 - 18 Jun

Return of the Larder [online]

Preserving for the future, minimising waste, maximising nutrition

Facilitator: Daphne Lambert

Do you love wild harvesting, have your own garden or allotment, belong to a community garden or CSA or buy produce at the market? Then this course will give you plenty of ideas of how to preserve food and in…

08 Jun
Event Postponed

Our Primate Family Tree

Facilitators: Ian Redmond, online

Come and listen to a leading animal expert and campaigner. Ian Redmond introduced Sir David Attenborough to the gorillas in 1978 and has worked tirelessly on their behalf since then.

09 - 23 Jun

Nature Writing [online]

Share your love of the natural world

Facilitator: Stephen Moss

Nature writing is not only one of the most popular literary genres, it is also a great way to connect with the natural world, and to share your love of that world with others. Join naturalist, author and academic Stephen…

25 - 09 Jun

Cultivating Courage & Resilience [online]

The Story of Jumping Mouse

Facilitator: Adam Fotheringham

This experiential course fosters self-development and resilience through the power of story. Using myth, group process and personal reflection as our framework, we explore the engaging Native American tale of Jumping Mouse. It has much to teach us about courage…

30 - 02 Jun

Writing the Past [online]

Bringing historical fiction to life

Facilitator: Tessa Harris

This is a new, intensive online course on historical writing spans three consecutive evenings. It is for those with a passion for history and the desire to make it come alive through the medium of the novel. * Please note…