“One who understands others has knowledge…
… One who understands himself has wisdom”
For The Activities
A loose-leaf file pad of paper
A hard-backed ring binder (optional, but is useful to be able to keep all your loose sheets of paper in and also to be able to insert or extract pages. The Works often sell them for 99p)
A plastic bag, carrier or similar in which to keep your paper waterproof while you are transporting it up to the Hafod.
Any seasonal or specific items relating to the content of each individual weekend – you will be told about these in good time before each workshop to give you plenty of time to evaluate what you might want to bring and/or to gather it.
Packed lunch for yourself for Saturday lunchtime – drinks and snacks will be available – all other meals throughout the weekend will be provided by me.
Warm and waterproof clothing and footwear – a proportion of our work will be done outside, regardless of the weather…Wellington boots are really necessary rather than walking boots as in winter some parts of the land are under water.
If warm and sunny, a sun-hat or head covering and some sun block.
Sleeping bag (I will provide pillows and pillowcases)
Please note: there is very little space in the Hafod, especially with six or seven people inside it, so please leave your big back-packs and shoulder bags at home and only bring the minimum with you!
“The Sage puts himself last, and so ends up ahead…”