WWOOFer & Host Gathering – Southeast Region – July 11th

Jun 30, 2016

WWOOF UK Regional Gathering – SE England – 11th July 2016

We are having a Regional Gathering for hosts and WWOOFers in our London and southeastern (SE) England region on Monday 11th July.

Proceedings begin at 12.30pm at the Greyhound Brewery, Smock Alley, West Chiltington, Pulborough, West Sussex RH20 2QX

This microbrewery is run by WWOOF hosts Nick and Sarah Allen and they look forward to welcoming you and showing you around.

Here’s a link to the brewery’s website if you’d like a sneak preview of the venue: http://www.greyhoundbrewery.co.uk

Photos taken at WWOOF UK SE Regional Gathering 2014 – Wilderness Woods

In return for £10 per person lunch will be provided including salads, sourdough bread, beer and wine!

The brewery is 15 minutes from Pulborough station and for people who want to ‘make a weekend’ of being in the area, there is a b&b pub across the road from the venue.

Members who have been to similar gatherings in other parts of the country report they find coming together in this way inspring and re-invigorating – we do hope you can make it.

Booking is essential so please email Trudi Warner (SE Regional Co-ordinator) for more information and to make a reservation: trudi@wwoof.org.uk

If you are interested in getting a feel for what these gatherings are like, then you may like to read a short review from a previous news page. Just follow this link: http://www.wwoof.org.uk/latest-news/south-east-england-host-gathering-wilderness-woods-2014

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