JOIN US FOR AN ATMOSPHERIC DUSK WORKSHOP ON 3 JUNE

Time: 6-8pm

Location: RoseHip Barn, Trefranck Farm, St. Clether, PL15 8QN

Join us on a walk to the beautiful St. Clether Holy Well, with an emphasis on experiencing environment through sensory perceptions, and conversations about atmosphere and landscape. We will document our experiences through writing, image making and movement, before eating together as the sun sets.

Please bring food to share. The workshop is free, donations welcome.




FAMILY FRIENDLY WORKSHOPS AT FAL RIVER FEST THIS MAY

FAL RIVER FEST: Come and join us for our family friendly workshops at Fal River Fest this May. We'll be tracing our steps, searching for the beach's natural treasures and sending messages along the coastline. Perfect for primary school aged adventurers and their families.

Date: 30/05/15 and 31/05/15

Time: AM, TBC

Location: Meet by the St. Mawes ferry in the harbour

To reserve your place please email: wonderlustproject@outlook.com with your name, the date of the workshop you wish to attend, and number of participants, or call Becki on 07904417037. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. There are a maximum of 20 places per workshop.

DONATE TO WONDERLUST FOR THE CHANCE TO WIN TICKETS TO LOOE MUSIC FESTIVAL 2015 OR THE EDEN PROJECT!!!

We have two great prizes to give away through our prize draw.  The lovely people at Looe Music Festival are providing 2 day tickets to Looe Music Festival in September, and the great team at the Eden Project have given us a family ticket….so enter our prize draw and donate to be in with a chance of winning one of these great prizes! http://www.eventbrite.com/e/wonderlust-tickets-16646041759?aff=es2 

 

Fal River Festival 2015

We are delighted to announce that we will be running workshops along the coast of St. Mawes as part of the Fal River Festival at the end of May. 

We’ll be tracing our steps, wading through rockpools and searching for the beach’s natural treasures! Perfect for primary school aged adventurers and their families, and anyone interested in getting a little closer to the natural environment.