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11th October 2021

Quiet Hour

Escape all the pressures and strains of life for a few minutes here in our Chapel. We’re designating a Quiet Hour every Wednesday from 1.00-2.00pm so any time you want some calm and quiet, a little bit of mindfulness or just some time-out – please pop in. A bit of sanctuary in the City. Entry is free – with the opportunity to make a donation if you can.

10th December 2020

The power of flowers: recorded events

Another selection from our very successful Flower Power online festival earlier this year.  This selection is all about flowers, growing them, arranging them and bringing their joy into your home!  Join Catherine Foxwell of Floral Evolution and leading UK florist Shane Connolly for their fabulous arrangements, plus Sarah Whiting of Nettlewood Flowers and Marianne Mogendorff of Wolves Lane Flower Company for a guide to creating your own cutting gardens.  Book here to be sent the links to all these recorded events free of charge.

10th December 2020

Gardens are good for you: recorded events

Here’s a chance to see a selection from our very successful Flower Power online festival earlier this year.  Just the thing to bring the joy of spring and summer into winter days.  This selection includes our Head Gardener Kate Robinson taking you on a tour of the Charterhouse Gardens, Ash Edwards presenting the amazing work of the Horatio’s Garden charity, flower farmer Nic Bird talking about Growing to Give, the project she started to encourage growing flowers to give to charities, and gardener and broadcaster Ellen Mary telling us about all the ways our connection to nature brings wellbeing.  Book here to access links to all these recorded events free of charge.

27th January 2020

Peace of Mind

Join us for half an hour of pure music and mindfulness – a specially curated soundscape of music, song and sounds to immerse yourself in and find some inner calm. This is the last in a popular meditation series created by the Charterhouse Preacher Robin Isherwood, singer/musician Deborah Hudson and violinist Mary Young, taking place in the serenity of our Jacobean Chapel. Entry is free – your donation would be welcomed.

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