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Updates on how we're Covid-secure at Sharpham

Updates on how we're Covid-secure at Sharpham

Published: 18 September 2020


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Statement from our Director


11 September 2020 Update

We're good to go with retreats at SharphamTrust Director Julian Carnell says:

The Government has recently updated the guidelines relating to the current pandemic. We are reviewing these on a daily basis and updating our procedures and risk assessments where necessary.

We are pleased to say that as a charitable and educational setting, we are currently still able to offer retreats at this time. The team here has been working really hard to make sure we are Covid-secure.

However, because of the new guidelines - and as part of working securely - there will need to be a reduction in the amount of time we can spend sharing and interacting together.

We will be working in smaller groups of 6 people to ensure this can still happen, albeit to a lesser extent.

In spite of the changes we are having to make, we are still confident that we can offer a meaningful and beneficial experience to our participants, with time for personal reflection, contemplative practice, nature connection, delicious and safely-prepared food and - of course - the wonderful setting of the Sharpham Estate.

We are looking forward to welcoming you.

Woodland Retreats


Woodland Retreats can be booked here and further details of our Coronavirus arrangements and protocols can be viewed here
 

Sharpham House


We are operating with a reduced capacity and all participants will have a single-occupancy room. We have put in place measures and procedures to ensure social distancing can be maintained, together with an enhanced cleaning regime.

Sharpham House Retreats can be booked here and further details of Coronavirus arrangements and more detailed information can be viewed here
 

The Barn Retreat


We are aiming to re-open the Barn Retreat at the beginning of October. We are making the changes necessary to ensure we can follow the guidelines.

In the meantime we are delighted to announce a new programme of 3-day Barn themed Retreats at Home (see also below). 
 

Online Retreats


Our online retreats are proving very popular. We are keen to retain the unique characteristics of a Sharpham experience so, unlike many online offerings, we limit the numbers to retain small group interaction and sharing opportunities.

For details of our Retreats at Home, click here



As a small charity we are facing a serious financial challenge, particularly in terms of our cash flow over the coming months. If you can help by making a donation here – www.sharphamtrust.org/donate - we would be extremely grateful.

Our aim is to ensure the long-term viability of The Trust and the Sharpham Estate so that we can continue to help benefit all the people that visit us. We will keep people updated through our website and newsletter – sign up here: www.sharphamtrust.org/subscribe

Lastly all of us here at The Trust hope that you have the support needed to navigate these difficult times. We are supporting and maintaining our community here at Sharpham through this time via our large collection of free meditations that you can play or download from our website here: www.sharphamtrust.org/resources

We hope that your involvement with Sharpham will help to sustain you in these difficult times and we look forward to welcoming you back to the Estate in the near future.


Julian Carnell

Director

 

 

Updates from The Sharpham Trust


We are reviewing the situation daily and will communicate any changes quickly if it becomes necessary via this page, via email and through our social media networks.

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