Talks marked as Shared Zoom Talks are ones where we have joined with other dowsing groups to give you speakers from further afield. They are for members only and in most cases will carry a small charge. Details will be provided once we have them.
NOTE: Booking links and buttons open a new email on your device for you to send. If they are not working you will need to alter the settings on your device. Alternatively email our chair firstname.lastname@example.org to book
Sat 16th Oct
Note revised date
Day Field Trip to Avebury
with Peter Knight. Dowsing : Connecting with the Spirit of the Stones: Drumming meditation, and examining, by dowsing, the new findings of Archaeologists at the site
Lunch in the pub or bring a picnic . Members only £10
Max 14 dependent on pandemic rules prevailing at the time
Field Trip: Designing your garden in Harmony with Nature
A dowsing afternoon with Kate Smart, dowser and Landscape Designer at Waterperry Gardens in Oxfordshire. Incorporating a meditative walk. 12 noon til 5 p.m. Members only; £15 plus entrance fee to the gardens. Bring your own lunch or enjoy their café on site.
The South West Dowsing Festival is based in the beautiful medieval village of South Zeal on the northern edge of Dartmoor 5 minutes off the A30.
The Festival is a celebration of Dowsing and will include Talks, Workshops and Outings to ancient sites on Dartmoor. Camping, food and ale will be available at the Kings Arms. The Oxenham Arms, a former 12th Century monastery provides accommodation and food, having its own Stone Circle and Menhir. Victory Hall will be the venue.
Bookings will commence in Spring 2022.
Sat 23rd July
To be held at Jordans Meeting House
Sat 27th Aug
TVD annual garden lunch party
If you are interested in coming to any of the events listed then you must
email our Chair Sue to ensure a place and be kept informed of any last minute changes or cancellations. Your Committee values any suggestions for future field trips and speakers or volunteers to lead such events.
By booking your place on an event organised by Thames Valley Dowsers you are deeming yourself fit and able to handle the physical aspects of that activity. We will endeavour to provide a risk assessment for each event. Field trips may at times involve walking substantial distances on uneven and slippery ground. You are asked always to take due care and to wear appropriate footwear and clothing taking into account the weather.
We will on occasion be taking photographs at our events, especially those held outdoors. These will be used promotionally and on our website and Facebook pages. Unless you inform us otherwise your permission to use these photographs is implicitly given by attendance at our events