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CANCELLED: Day of Silence

April 10 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Chalice Well Day of Silence

It is with regret Chalice Well Trust has decided to cancel our Day of Silence which was to be held in the Meeting Room. With the current situation regarding the coronavirus we feel it sensible.

The gardens will be open as usual, 10 am to 6 pm (last entry 5:30 pm).

We are also cancelling our other events up to and including Easter. The events effected are Spring Equinox on 20 March and Foot Washing on 9 April.


Silent Meditation in Chalice Well Meeting Room

Connecting with the Divine Eternal Flame that exists within us all. Opening ourselves to our own deepest knowing. Allowing this experience. Offering ourselves the opportunity to make a conscious connection to that precious place of peace and love within.

Feel free to stay as long as you wish.

Donations to Chalice Well Trust are gratefully received.

Details

Date:
April 10
Time:
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
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3 thoughts on “CANCELLED: Day of Silence

  1. We are a group of 8 women.
    The 10th of April we will be visiting the Challice. It’s silence day!
    Can we buy the entrance now? Is it an open activity? Can we visit the Challice that day?

    1. Hi Laura, thanks for your comment. The silent meditation takes place in our Meeting Room which is on your left just before the gatehouse where you purchase garden entry tickets. There is no charge for joining the meditation. The gardens are open as usually and you can buy tickets when you arrive. We look forward to seeing you.

    2. Hi, a quick update to our Day of Silence event on 10 April which you enquired about. It is with regret Chalice Well Trust has decided to cancel the Day of Silence which was to be held in our Meeting Room. With the current situation regarding the coronavirus we feel it sensible. The gardens will be open as usual, 10 am to 6 pm (last entry 5:30 pm).

      We will also be cancelling Foot Washing on 9 April.

      We apologies for any disappointment or inconvenience caused.

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