Tuesday, 31 December 2019

Hornbeam Cathedral and silent meditation

Thanks for all who came to honour nature and promote peace for the New Year approaching.
We have donated to Medecins sans Frontieres and Friends of the Earth for all they do to help others sand safeguard our precious Planet for the good of all and the expansion of Kindness and Truth.



Tuesday, 24 December 2019

Winter Solstice

Mild and lovely for a walk in nature.  Group walk will be on the 30th to celebrate the year and the one to come. See you soon!

Icicles: We are little icicles melting in the Sun. Can you see our tiny teardrops falling one by one?


Bushy Park Solstice in 2010 was a lot colder but guess there are still those who think climate change warnings are just others being alarmists.

"I am the seed that grew the tree that gave the wood to make the page to fill the book with poetry"
c.Judith Nicholls.


Saturday, 14 December 2019

Saturday, 26 October 2019

Diwali - Festival of Light

Wishing all Life a peaceful and enlightened time over the festival of Diwali.  Keep postive and stand up for those who cannot do so....especially our precious natural world.

See the Greta Thunberg and George Monbiott video and pass it on: greta thunberg george monbiott video

You will always be the Light!

Friday, 18 October 2019

Summer into Autumn into Winter photos

From the beautiful dark skies with a million stars in Sark to our beloved Sancturary in Twickenham. Still have a dark sky here with amazing moons at present to light up the sky with natural beauty.
Enjoy the below record of our natural world and do what you can to save it from exploitation.






















Friday, 16 August 2019

August - butterflies, birds and bees

Nature calling for us to pay attention and that is very yogic.  Be present and be aware of all life.







Saturday, 22 June 2019

Summer Solstice Gathering by River Crane





We had a wonderful group get together today for the Summer Solstice in Crane Park and lunch at the Prince Blucher on Twickenham Green. It is good to be with nature lovers in a community park which nourishes the soul and quietens the mind.  The group gives support to our endeavours to keep established dark spaces and habitats safe from inapproriate development which may harm the delicate eco-structure of the river corridor and the species themselves; hence our objection to the Churchview Garages Site.  Why not join us next time for our informal and friendly gatherings?  See the River Crane Sanctuary contact page on www.e-voice.org.uk/rcs/  and make contact! The news diary page gives regular updates.