Date: 29 Jun 2019
Details: 2pm - 6:30pm
Location: Feed Bristol, 58 Frenchay Park Road, BS16 1HB, Bristol, United Kingdom
Run by: Renee Berkhout
Learn gorgeous harmony songs in Feed Bristol’s roundhouse then discover Snuff Mills and Oldbury Court on foot. We’ll pause at beautiful nature spots to sing. We will learn:
- a traditional folk song about boating
- a soothing lullaby from Zimbabwe
- a heart warming Helen Yeomans song
All songs are taught by ear in a friendly and accessible way. This nourishing day is led by Renee Berkhout, singing leader and founder of the Orchard Choir in St George, Bristol.
Timings: Singing workshop 2pm to 4.30pm Walk: 4.30pm to 6.30pm
Booking: Follow the link below to complete the booking form and transfer the money online using the bank details listed on the form. https://forms.gle/zLfXSnMqjuRRHaxC7
‘Renee chooses gorgeous songs that are balm for the soul and paces everything perfectly. I feel rejuvenated by every session’ Amy H, Orchard Choir, Bristol
‘Renee is fabulous and creates a calm, light environment where we learn by ear and create great joy in our week.’ Nicola P, Orchard Choir, Bristol
- What happens if the weather is bad?
Bring clothes suitable for walking in the rain as we will walk if the rain is light to moderate. If it’s too wet, we will cosy up in the round to learn more harmony songs.
- What is the cancellation policy?
You will receive a full refund if you notify us before 22nd June and we are able to fill your space. No refunds are given after this date.
- How hard is the walk?
This walk is suitable if you have a moderate level of fitness. Note that there are some sections that involve climbing up or down steps and that are not on paved pathways. The walk will last between 1.5 and 2 hours but we will not be constantly moving as we will stop to sing and enjoy the scenery.
– Will there be any refreshments or food?
Tea and coffee will be provided but please bring snacks for yourself or to share as we will have a short break during the singing or you may get hungry during the walk.
– How can I get to Feed Bristol?
The site is within cycling distance of town or there is the m3 bus that runs from the city centre. A whatsapp group will also be set up to organise lift sharing. You can notify us on your booking form if you want to be part of this.
If you have any questions contact: Orchardchoir@gmail.com