Hunkering Down was led by Jill Impey, Kate Allan and Andrew Howe. With the year drawing to a close, we made a short walk from the Mother Shippon to the canal and back.
We celebrated our earthling survivors and noticed abundant fruits, berries, seeds and (re) flowering shrubs with grounding meditation by the lone, old oak and resonant group hum beneath the canal bridge.
Back at the Rural Art Hub, we basked in warm sun, made drawings. of our foraged materials, led by Jill and Andrew unveiled his Book of Condolence to Lost Earthlings made for the Remembrance Day for Lost Species on 30th November. He also brought along a couple of the flags made with the local community at Bumble Hole Nature Reserve in Dudley to celebrate nature and waterways.
Meanwhile, Kate created another wonderful poem and song using our gathered words: A Psalm for an Oak Tree: