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Events

Future journeys are in planning.

For up-coming events and availability, register for the Recalling Fire Newsletter

Every route and campfire guided by Recalling Fire sounds out the kinds of openness and curiosity left behind in our modern world: invitations to pause, feel and think carefully about the route we are on – as individuals, communities and a species.

 

We can close in and let the flames do the work for us. We can work in the boundary lines of your place. Or we can step out. All the way out...

Old Words and Old Ways

Evening firesides and weekend gatherings throughout the seasons. Sit and we'll honour the old ways. We have time for this... 

Our events calendar will begin again in spring 2024.

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Into The Understory

Small groups. Camping, trekking and wondering at the crossroads.

Forest, moors and firesides: 2-4 days.

 

This is the full sense of Recalling Fire.

 

Fall into the forest. Not just to experience the resin scent of the pine and the woodpecker’s rattle, but to steep in story, to come back to your body and your breath and your voice.

 

This is a chance to disassociate with the tensions and all the things building up in your close relationships – with parents, lovers, colleagues, friends – to ‘be’ in a different way.

 

The land is available to us. Our fires are lying dormant in the dry wood of fallen branches. The wisdom of our forebears waits for us in the pages and the songs.

We will need time. We will need night and day. We will need whatever the clouds and stars and the riverbanks give us. We will need to listen to the land.

 

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We'll pull up water from the streams and sit until the fire burns low.

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