Events

Click here for Current Programme of Events

To book an event go to the CLICK TO BOOK section at the bottom of the event information.

If you are not a member please select the CLICK TO BOOK – Non Members Rates.

If you have any questions regarding booking please email info@hermeneutic.co.uk or call 0300 302 21936 (local rate).

Residential Weekends and Single Day events

These events are comprised of intensive work at all levels across a wide range of themes. One or more of the Society’s most experienced members and associates, all of whom are expert within the given subject hosts the courses.

There are now also ‘Tan y Garth’ events run independently by like-minded guest speakers and teachers on a variety of interesting and worthwhile subjects – see events list below for details.

Working Events:

Comprised of single days or weekends where volunteers undertake essential maintenance of the Hall and grounds. There is no charge for working events.

If you would like to volunteer with us either at a working event or in any other way please get in touch. You can also download & complete our skills questionnaire and return it to info@hermeneutic.co.uk

Arrival for Weekends

- no earlier than 7pm Friday evening, there is no formal meal but sandwiches and drinks will be available on arrival until 8.15pm. A warm drink will also be available later in the evening.

All weekend courses begin at 8.30 pm on Friday evening and finish after lunch on Sunday.


IF TRAVELLING BY CAR PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN SHEETS OR SLEEPING BAG.
PLEASE LET US KNOW WHAT YOU INTEND TO BRING.

One Day Events run from 10am - 5pm

Morning coffee on arrival, lunch and afternoon tea are provided.


All Events

All food is strictly vegetarian.

Please notify us of any special dietary requirements when booking.

To help prevent staining the carpets,
please bring a change of footwear for indoor use.

Booking for All Events

Places are limited so please book early.

Most bedrooms are shared. All only contain single beds.

Preferably, all bookings should be made by clicking the links next to the event information

Alternatively, payment can be made by BACS (the BACS number will be sent by return email) or by Cheque - made payable to I.H.S and send your booking to:


International Hermeneutic Society

Tan y Garth Hall,

Pontfadog,

Llangollen,

Clwyd.

LL20 7AS


For further information phone 03003021936 (local rate) or email: info@hermeneutic.co.uk


Current Programme of Events 2017

Click here to download the current Programme of Events Full details


Event Date Run By Title
SATURDAY EVENTSaturday 3rd March
10am - 5pm
Dr Alan Roberts Eugene Halliday’s Essential Message info
SATURDAY EVENTSaturday 17th March
10am - 5pm
Leeon Wong Working in Awareness info
RESIDENTIAL WEEKEND Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th April Working Weekend Working Weekend/Skills Sharing (plus shared catering).
No charge for this weekend
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Saturday 3rd March 10am - 5pm

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Eugene Halliday’s Essential Message

Dr Alan Roberts

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An ideal opportunity to gain greater insight into Eugene’s works.

Alan was born in Liverpool in 1950 and attended with steadily increasing age and mounting sagacity, Madeley College, and the Universities of Keele and ultimately Liverpool. The subjects that he talks on are ones that he finds particularly valuable or fascinating – and often both – ranging through subjects or authors as the Perennial Philosophy, Shakespeare, or Patanjali, to the Tibetan Book of the Dead and Finnegans Wake. Each of these are chosen for various reasons that he attempts to explain within the talks themselves most of which are freely available at alanroberts.org.

The mainspring of all the talks here are the ideas he gained from his friendship with Eugene Halliday.

£50, including lunch, members discount available.

Saturday 17th March 10am - 5pm

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Working in Awareness

Leeon Wong

Becoming aware of what is driving and influencing our thoughts, feelings and actions.

£50.00 including lunch, members discount available.

Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th April

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Working Weekend/Skills Sharing (shared catering)

Those travelling a long way can arrange to stay over on the Friday night.

A weekend involving practical work like grounds maintenance and work inside the Hall.

This is a shared catering weekend where basic food will be provided.

Participants will need to bring their own sheets and towels.

Due to its practical nature and the help given there is no charge for this weekend.