Want to feel uplifted, more relaxed and positive?
Horley’s very own Kundalini Yoga teacher, Anne Owen, invites you to join her in her new Kundalini Yoga and Meditation sessions which are being held in Hornton Pavilion on Friday afternoons at 2.00.
Anne says: ‘Kundalini Yoga is known as the yoga of awareness. It combines breathing techniques, physical exercises, mantra and meditation into a single practice. Kundalini Yoga works very quickly and most people feel uplifted, more relaxed and positive after a single session. It also makes you feel alive & vibrant as well as encouraging a greater sense of calmness, vitality & purpose in life.
Come along & give it a try – I think you’ll like it!’
To book a place or for more information contact Anne on 07835 086411. £6 per class.
Mats, cushions & blankets provided (feel free to bring your own though). Wear comfy loose clothing and don’t eat a meal 2-3 hours before the class.
A great chance to win £1000 for the Village Hall as well as £500 for the photographer!
If you love living in Horley, like taking pictures, and would like to win some money for yourself and the community then why don’t you go ahead and enter the ‘Wonderful Villages’ competition?
The theme is ‘Village Life’, requiring a photo which captures the essence of ‘community’ rather than the prettiness or photographic skill. There is no entry fee and no restriction on the number of entries. Closing date is 15th March so get snapping! See poster below for further information. Details and rules are available at ‘Wonderful Villages’ .
Caroline Pearce would like to know:
‘Can anyone help us find a home for this lovely Fir tree. It has out grown its container and we would like to plant it somewhere so that it can continue to grow and thrive.
Do you have a corner in your garden or field that you would be willing to offer to rehome this splendid tree.’
Please contact Caroline on firstname.lastname@example.org
Crib and Carol Service at 6pm at St Etheldreda’s
This year’s programme is once again under the direction of Tessa Howell. The theme is ‘The Stable at Bethlehem’ which will be presented by children with their customary enthusiasm, along with music (supported by a small choir), readings, poems and cards. Everyone is welcome.
An exclusive viewing of the film ‘Five Seasons’, ‘an immersive and meditative documentary about the revolutionary garden designer Piet Oudolf’, will be shown on Sunday December 8th at 6.30, at the Old School, in aid of Katherine House Hospice. Click here to see a trailer.
To reserve tickets email email@example.com or text 07899025235.
See below for details of all the Festive Fun to be had at the Red Lion this Christmas!