Sunday, 22nd July
At Nuneham Courtenay, Nr. Oxford. A day of learning about water dowsing both theory and practical led by Linda Prenter, an experienced water dowser who has worked for several years alongside Peter Golding, one of the BSD’s most experienced water dowsers.
The theory ,including some technical information on geology (see below) will be taught in the morning, and after a picnic lunch, we will then dowse for water at Harcourt Arboretum in the afternoon.
This will be held at Nuneham Courtenay, this side of Oxford ( 45 minutes from High Wycombe)
10 a.m to 5 p.m. Booking essential.
This is open to TVD members only and will be limited to 16 places.
Cost for our dowsing day will be £12 per person (plus entry to the Arboretum which was £5 and concessionary rates £3.30 in 2017 – 2018 prices are not published yet)
In order to get maximum benefit from this teaching day you should be able to easily get yes and no answers with your pendulums (for the map dowsing) and rods for the on-
Regretfully this day is not suitable for complete beginners as there will not be time to teach.
Please bring dowsing tools, a picnic lunch and your water bottle.
Beginners should look at our teaching event on 12th May in the first instance.
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