Labyrinth Events in 2016

World Labyrinth Day – Saturday 7th May

‘Walk as One at One’

Another opportunity to walk the cloth ‘pebble’ labyrinth in the peaceful surroundings of the Friends Meeting House at Hartington Grove. We’ll join with other labyrinth walkers all over the globe who are walking at or around 1 o’clock. Please arrive between 12.30 and 1.30. Walk finishes at 2.30. Donations welcome to help cover the cost of the hall (Suggested donation £4/£3 concessions)CIMG7114 Resized

Weekend Labyrinth Retreat Friday June 3rd – Sunday June 5th

Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House, Bungay, Suffolk

We will enjoy good company and delicious home-cooked meals. Morning and evening worship will include Taize and Iona chants and will have a celtic flavour. We will make a labyrinth together on the front lawn, and light it up with candles on the Saturday evening. There will be time for quiet reflection, and opportunity to enjoy the riverside garden and explore the surrounding countryside. Kay will also bring a selection of wooden finger labyrinths made by the Rowan project in Cambridge.

Suggested donation for the weekend £140, or £130 if sharing a room. Day visitors also welcome on the Saturday, suggested donation £25.

Early booking advisable! See the Quiet Waters website or book via Kay:


Rowan finger labyrinth with TS Eliot text


Ferrar House Labyrinth Day, Little Gidding

Thursday 30th June, 10.00 – 4.00
Little Gidding is famous for its connection with TS Eliot’s Four Quartets.

We’ll spend a summers day enjoying the garden and surrounding landscape at Ferrar House. We’ll make an outdoor labyrinth from corn (the sort you feed to chickens!) and we’ll take a short walk to a nearby chapel where we can lay out the cloth ‘pebble’ labyrinth.

We’ll explore the labyrinth as a tool for prayer. Kay will also bring wooden finger labyrinths made by Rowan Humberstone in Cambridge.

Please book via the Ferrar House website or email Kay:


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Saffron Walden Maze Festival, 19 – 21 August

Brilliant family fun with mazes and labyrinths! See the maze festival website,

Hope to see you there!