Winter Solstice has long marked a time of rebirth. It is
Winter Solstice has long marked a time of rebirth. It is the point at which the path of the sun is farthest south. At the Winter Solstice, the sun travels the shortest path through the sky resulting in the day of the year with the least sunlight and therefore, the longest night, the darkest night.
An opportunity to deepen our journey as the earth becomes still. We will dance and pray, we will contemplate the year past and the year that is being dreamt into being.
Our dance becomes a prayer and a planting of seeds for new growth in the coming months.
Deposit to reserve your place is £10, please then pay what you can for the ceremony.
Donations from profit will be made to St Michaels Hospice.
Held at Arthur Easton Hall, next to St Michaels Hospice.
(Friday) 7:00 pm - 11:30 pm
St Michaels Hospice
25 Upper Maze Hill, St Leonards, East Sussex
£10 deposit and pay what you can on the day, donations will be made to St Michaels Hospice