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Late Opportunity to join us at the Community Camp in Norfolk Friday 10 – Sunday 12 August 2018

There are a few places left on the Community Camp next month.

Join Roy and Shirley Searle, Norman and Ingrid Cumming, Claire and Graham Wilson, Malcolm Nicholas and other Companions and Friends in Community for a weekend on the beautiful Top Farm Camping and Festival site in a beautiful area of Norfolk, close to the coast, Broads and city of Norwich.

Some people have arranged accommodation off site, others are camping in tents, motor homes, caravans or in the camoing cabins or Shepherds Huts. The following accommodation is still available and is being held for the Community exclusively until the end of July:

6 Camping Cabins
6 Pitches without electric hook-up
4 Shepherds Huts

Community Weekend Programme:

Friday
7.30 Evening Office
8.00 Welcome and Introduction session
9.00 Compline and optional nightjar spotting walk on the Heath

Saturday
10.00 Morning Office
10.30 Session (during which we will share something of the Community’s story and an aspect of our Rule of Life)
11.00 Break
11.30 Session (bring you own food and we will eat together)
12.30 Midday Office
13.00 Lunch (bring and share)
14.00 Freetime (the area immediately around the campsite is very beautiful to explore and for those who wish to venture slightly further afield, there is the lovely market town of Aylsham, the Norfolk coast and Broads, as well as the city of Norwich
18.00 Meal Together (We will decide in the morning whether we will have a barbeque and order food as required or take orders for an Indian Take Away)
19.30 Evening Office followed by a concert with Norman and Ingrid Cumming (bring a bottle)
21.00 Compline

Sunday
10.00 Morning Office
10.30 Session (during which we will shire news, updates and explore further aspects of the Community’s life)
11.30 Break
12.00 Concluding Session and Communion
13.00 Lunch (bring and share)
14:00 Leisurely departures

We have a number of people coming to stay for the weekend, (and some extending their stay on site). Some are camping, others are staying locally in guest accommodation and others are travelling in each day from their homes. On site there are still a number of accommodation options available. Just make contact with Clive Meeks through the Top Farm website stating that you are coming for the Northumbria Community weekend.  These places have been kept for us until the end of this month.

Please feel free to forward the link to anyone who you feel may be interested.

The camp is suitable for people of all ages and is open to anyone who wants to explore and spend time with the Community over the weekend. They do not have to be Companions or Friends to join us.

We look forward to welcoming you!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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