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  • If paying by cheque please write cheque out to Peter Whitehart and send to 30 Tidcombe Walk, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 4FB.

  • If paying via bank transfer please make payment to Peter Whitehart and transfer funds to account: 24115660 sort code: 30-80-37 using Sound Camp as a reference. (This is my prefered payment method)

You are not booked into Sound camp until payment has been received. 

*Sound Camp information.*

Sound camp address is:

Coombe Farm, Cove, Tiverton Devon EX16 7QJ.

*Coombe Farm directions:*

By car: From M5 motorway, junction 27, take the A361 towards Tiverton (7miles). At the roundabout, take the third exit A396 towards Bampton. Turn right at Cove (signed village hall/Huntsham). Go up the hill to the crossroads (Van Post) at the top (1.5 miles). Turn left (towards Bampton) and the track down to Coombe Farm is the first entrance on the left (0.3 miles).  If you follow the directions above you will get to Coombe Farm in 15 minutes from junction 27 of the M5.

Important: Most Satellite Navigation systems will get you to within about a third of a mile of the farm track before throwing you off route! To avoid this, ignore the turning off instruction when you reach the Van Post crossroads and continue on (towards Bampton) and Coombe Farm is the next turning on the left.

For help with getting to Coombe Farm should you get lost you can call 07807892118 and Julie will help lead you in.

*Arrival time:*

Sound camp starts at 2.00pm on Friday the 6th of July, 2018.

*Finishing time:*

Sound camp will draw to a close at 2.00pm on Sunday 8th July, 2018.

For those arriving by public transport:

Please let me know as soon as possible the time of your arrival at the station so that I can arrange transport if you need to be picked up. This is particularly pertinent if you arrive before 2.00pm.

For those arriving by own transport:

Parking is at the bottom and to the sides of the steep concrete track. Park at right angles to the track, leaving plenty of space between each car. Please do not obstruct the turning circle. The camping field is a car free zone. It has level camping terraces and access to them is by foot.

*At camp:*

Please sign in on arrival at the camp. I need to know who is on site for health and safety purposes. If for any reason you need to leave camp during the weekend (I don’t encourage this) please let me know your intentions and I can sign you out.

 - There will be a designated smoking area with an ash bucket for butts. I request that you do not  smoke in your tents nor in the camp area. Coombe farm is being developed as a reserve for nature and I ask that you respect it as such and set an intention to leave the camp in the same condition as it is found.

No ticket is issued for camp and there is no need to bring receipts or other paper work.  I will have a list of names to tick off as people arrive.

 - Sound camp will be very relaxed. Please feel free to help yourself to tea, coffee, and snacks, which will be provided.

There is no set time for ‘lights out’ but I do ask that you respect the need for quiet as others settle for the night.

Meals are served at a set time (but this can be flexible). It is your responsibility to ensure you are present during their serving. Be aware that I cannot reserve hot meals for you.

*Meal times: *

Friday evening meal 6.00pm

Saturday breakfast 8.00am

Saturday lunch 1.00pm

Saturday evening meal 6.00pm

Sunday breakfast 8.30am

Sunday lunch 1.00pm

*Phone numbers:*

- As Coombe Farm is in a valley most mobile phones will not pick up a signal. In the case of an emergency family members/friends can contact you on:

01884 251646 and 07807892118 (this mobile phone number is not mine, so please dont send texts expecting them to reach me) I can be reached on the landline number.

A message will get to you within an hour. We ask that these numbers be used in a genuine emergency only as a friend who lives ten miles away from camp will take these calls and has undertaken to drive immediately to camp to deliver the message.

*Things to bring:*

Sound camp is a weekend retreat held in the countryside. I am supplying most things so that you do not have to bring very much with you.

You are welcome to bring your own gong or other sound therapy instruments but this is not necessary.

Below is a list of essential things that you would need:-

Change of clothes.

Soap, flannel, towel, toothbrush etc.

Tent, sleeping bag, pillow.

Boots, waterproofs. (weather dependent)

A torch.

A few spare tents will be on camp for those who are unable to bring a tent. This is particularly useful for those who will be arriving by public transport and needing to travel very lightly.

Coombe Farm is not a flat ground camp site, so a steep hill climb is necessary when packing up. Wheel barrows are available to help you transport your belongings to and from the camping area. Reasonable assistance will be available where time and opportunity permits. It is advisable therefore to keep your brought belongings to a minimum.

Workshop Agenda

During each dedicated workshop slot there will be three workshops running in different areas of the camp. There is a thirty minutes gap between some workshop times just in case workshops run over the hour.

Attendees are free to choose what workshops to participate in. Most of the Saturday workshops are repeated in the afternoon to give everyone a chance to attend most of the workshops offered.

Saturday Morning:

9.00am - 10.00am   Soozie Fernley (Qi gong) /

Jo Anne  Burchfield james (Sound journey workshop)

Aya Zebrowska (Heart felt relaxation with medicine song)

10.30am - 11.30am Belen Prado (Native American flute workshop) /

Jennie Dodd (Yoga nidra and sound relaxation session)

Peter Whitehart (Introduction to the gong workshop)

12.00pm - 1.00pm Dean Carter (ANGELS OF SOUND  Voice Playshop) /

Jeanne Hampshire (Qi Meditation & Healing Sound)

Gail Stewart (Sound journey)

Saturday Afternoon.

2.00pm - 3.00pm Dean Carter (ANGELS OF SOUND  Voice Playshop) / 

Soozie Fernley (Qi gong session)

Peter Whitehart (Freestyle drumming)

3.30pm - 4.30pm Jo Anne  Burchfield james (Sound journey workshop) /

Belen Prado (Native American flute workshop)

Gail Stewart (Sound Journey)

5.00pm - 6.00pm Jennie Dodd (Yoga nidra and sound relaxation session) /

Aya Zebrowska (Heart felt relaxation with medicine song)

Jeanne Hampshire (Qi Meditation & Healing Sound)

Sunday Morning.

10.30 - 12.30 Phil Leah (resound workshop)

Please understand that the above workshop agenda is correct at the time of writing but may change. It is advisable to keep viewing the Sound Camp web page for any changes or updates.

- If you have any questions or require any help whilst at camp please seek me out (Peter Whitehart).

 Photos and videos will be taken during Sound Camp for promotional use. If you do not wish your image to be used please let me know and I shall ensure that photos of you are not published.

I welcome you to Sound camp. Enjoy yourself!

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