Welcome to Chalice Well
Notice regarding Covid-19
In these challenging times, we recognise the importance of Chalice Well to many as a place of sanctity, healing and peace.
However, the wellbeing and safety of our visitors, Companions, Staff and Volunteers is our priority and therefore it is with regret that we have made the decision to close the gardens to all visitors until further notice.
The Trust Office is also closed, enquiries and correspondence can be sent via email to email@example.com and members of the staff team will respond to emails at the earliest opportunity, but we ask for your patience as it may take a little longer than usual for a response.
Our Companions Retreat Houses; Little St Michael’s and Chalice Well Lodge are now closed to guests and groups until further notice. Guests who are booked to come and stay can get in touch via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can arrange either a refund or to re-schedule your booking.
We have been uplifted by all the wonderful messages of goodwill and hope from those who support and love the Well. The Trust will be issuing news and updates and hopes to be regularly posting pictures and videos of the gardens and the Well through this season as a way of keeping in touch. You can follow us on Facebook: @The Chalice Well and on Instagram; thechalicewelltrust as well as visiting our website; www.chalicewell.org.uk.
We wish you and your loved ones health and peace and look forward to seeing many of you at the Well in due time.
Finally, we wanted to share with you some words from our founder, Wellesley Tudor Pole in the forward to his book ‘The Silent Road’ 1958:
“As events unroll, it may be only too easy to give entry into our minds to the two great enemies: Fear and Depression. Bar the gates against them! On the other hand, welcome into the home of your spirit, Faith, Serenity and Courage. Open your doors widely to receive these three good friends, and be at peace. Realise that the sun never ceases to shine; however dark the clouds may be which seem to obscure its light…”