There are usually three or four guests living here at any one time. Some come just for a long weekend and some stay for several months. Guests of all ages have come from all corners of the UK and, sometimes, from abroad. We've had people from all faiths though, most usually, of no faith. Quite often former guests will roll up for a day or two to check we're all OK and to tell stories about 'the old days'.
Then there are our wonderful volunteers who come every Wednesday. We all eat lunch together though currently, due to covid 19, we are only able to host them in the afternoons.
Kaye runs her fantastically successful Forest School here.That school means there are occasionally a dozen happy, loud kids under the parachute by the pond. There are other schools that sometimes come here, accompanied by teachers and volunteers.
The place couldn't run without the wise heads on our trustees committee. They make sure we're all being sensible and sustainable (emotionally and financially as well as ecologically). They often come down for a day or a weekend.
There are the many people who receive our newsletter and quite a few generous souls who support us with prayer or with a standing order.
There are many people and places we find inspiring. Here are just a few: