Monday, 9 April 2012

a new home

Times and tides change and so must all things adapt. Much as sometimes we might like things to stay the same, especially when life is good, change is an inevitable part of life, forward movement and growth. 

and what better time for a new adventure for the Red Thread than in the surging green energy of the blossoming Spring.

We have had 3 very happy years at the pavillion in Fernhurst and so I am sorry to say Goodbye to it but we have found a peaceful and very beautiful new home for our meetings in Surrey.

The new space is a converted barn set within an orchard just south of Guildford, much more accessible for everyone that comes along. This was the main aim of the move, to be a bit closer for everyone, as our community has changed and moved over time and most of our families, old and new, are now coming from that direction. 

Also, best of all the outside space at the barn is absolutely amazing, a wonderful and safe place for the children (and grown ups) to skip, run and play freely. It helps that since we relocated the weather has been glorious but I feel that this place is quite magical with or without sunshine! 

On one of our first visits we were treated to an auspicious sighting of a hare at the bottom of the orchard. I can't really think of a better sign of the energy of the land.

I've been so happy to witness Red Thread becoming a real community effort in the first half of this year. The group has pulled together to make sure that our meetings will continue to provide a fortnightly space in which to relax, unwind and connect with like minded families.

Feeling positive, supported & blessed in our new start

Blessings from my family to yours this Spring, 

Keeley x

1 comment:

  1. Just came across your blog and wanted to say your group sounds lovely and I wish you all well in your new ventures.