Lee Abbey Residential 2018
We are taking a break from this venue in 2017 due to other commitments, but, we’ll be returning in May 2018 as usual for the Bank Holiday weekend – Friday 4th to Monday 7th May
Join us at this popular annual venue again in 2018!
Situated on the North Devon coast, with beautiful cliff top views to the sea, just around the corner.
There is some free time to enjoy the local facilities, some optional sessions outside the workshop you can attend and an entertainment is laid on for guests of Lee Abbey on the Saturday evening. Many local groups have been started by volunteers whose first experience of the workshop was at Lee Abbey.
As a number of participants wanted to come back to a Lee Abbey workshop weekend, we introduced a Moving On Workshop open to people who had attended a workshop at least a year before.
This Workshop gives them an opportunity to see the videos again from a different perspective and to share with others how they are progressing. Often this progress is remarkable and they can therefore be an encouragement to first time workshop participants who are likely to need this if they are feeling the way many of those in the Moving On Workshop felt when they did their first workshop.
The Moving On Workshop is open to all past participants not just those who have been to Lee Abbey before. Lee Abbey has an outstanding situation with lovely scenery and overlooks the Devon coast.
The address of the venue is –
Tel: Freephone 0800 389 1189 or 01598 752621
You can book a place on the main workshop or The Moving On Workshop at the Lee Abbey venue in Devon by emailing email@example.com or call Lee Abbey direct, 01598 752621
Because of the venue size and other events which Lee Abbey handle at this busy location they handle bookings direct on our behalf, please contact them for booking information or to book!
If you wish to ask questions about the course itself, or what to expect then please contact us via the contact form or National Helpline: 0333 335 0489
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