Welcoming the Light of St Brigid


Saturday 3rd February 10am to 1pm

Welcoming the Light of St Brigid 


Usher in a New Season of Hope & Growth

Join us to welcome the light of St Brigid with its origins in the

Celtic festival of Imbolc.  St Brigid’s Day marks the beginning of spring.  It signals an end to the darkness of winter & the ushering in of a new season of hope and growth.

With connections to the mighty oak, little birds, expected lambs & protector of many, we will gather to renew, replenish & welcome the coming months of warmth into the soil & our own lives with thanks.

10:00am Welcome & hands on making of the St Brigid cross.

10:30am Wellness breathwork & meditation session.

11:30am Warm mugs & bannock bread.

12:15pm Walk to feed the sheep & take home herb seeds.

Hosted by Jubilee Farm & Reiki Therapy with Jacqui.

Spaces are limited & must be booked in advance.

All materials provided.

No experience necessary.

Refreshments provided.

Wrap up warm & cosy.

The event will mostly be inside and if the weather permits we will walk down one field to meet our resident  sheep.  Jubilee Farm is set in rural countryside, suitable footwear & suitable layers of clothing are recommended to attend the event at our working farm.

Due to uneven surfaces & the format of a working farm it may not be suitable for those with restricted mobility.  If you would like to discuss access or ask questions please call or text us, as we are happy to discuss this with you 07858098479.
The event is suitable for those aged 16+
Please note that visiting the sheep during the itinerary is not suitable for those at any stage of pregnancy, relaxing in the barn will be available.

We will email you a reminder before the event date.  Once the allocated spaces for the event are taken the booking form will close & you will be placed on a reserve list.

Jubilee Farm, 50 Glenburn Road, BT40 3JY.

On checkout just select pick up day 2nd Feb.

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