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House Tours Now Open

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Winter is over and that means that the Old Hall is now open for House Tours! The historic Swarthmoor Hall has six rooms available to view, each furnished with decorations, ceramics and furniture from the 17th Century. There is an audio tour available for walk-ins, or you can organise a guided tour in advance by completing a Group Bookings form.

Visitors are welcome to explore the gardens and grounds free of charge. You can also visit The Barn Café. Whether you are grabbing a coffee, joining us for a homemade lunch or having afternoon tea – it’s a relaxing space to unwind in.

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Programme for Courses and Retreats for 2019

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Our programme of courses, retreats and pilgrimages for 2019 has now been published. We have a great selection available, from writing retreats to spiritual guidance – there truly is something for everyone. Prices start at £160 per person, with residential and non-residential options available.

The first retreat of the year, ‘Oneness in our separate experiences’ takes place 22-24 March and is led by Nathan Godolphin. It offers participants the opportunity experience a direct experience with what it means to be here and now, alive and living as life itself. It will explore the topic through discussion, meditation, movement, dance and yoga.

You can download the programme or take a look on our Courses and Retreats page to book online.

Open Call for Artists

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Swarthmoor Hall in collaboration with Quaker Arts Network would like to invite Quaker artists to submit proposals for our new exhibition Seeking Routes opening in July 2019. The exhibition aims to display art which explores and interprets Quaker experience and action in building a more sustainable Earth. We welcome works in any media, including spoken word, performance, video and music. We will be running a series of events alongside the exhibition to incorporate performance art. Please send your submissions to our curator Sally Oliver: seekingroutes@gmail.com. A selection committee will review all submissions in April 2019. For more extensive information please see here.

Deadline: 6th April 2019.