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'My Heart is Too Big for My Pacemaker'
Selected writings by Shane Jagger

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Onion

Today I’m like an onion
Sad with separation
Grief makes me cry
Chop and cook me gently
Add a little saffron
for joining together and laughter
Serve me to those whom I love

This limited edition booklet (200 numbered copies) with twenty-six poems is now available from the office at Chisholme. Read the review by Christopher Ryan
£10 including p&p wordwide
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'What Comes Next' – Music CD

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A wonderful collection of songs and music by friends of Chisholme featuring a one-off performance by the legendary Arthur Brown, two Gerry Rafferty Songs, and an amazing range of musical styles including Americana, Reggae, Opera, Electronica, Serbian Gypsy, Bluegrass and beyond.

Track list

Soul of a Man – Georgia Cass & Chris Brierley
Tango Habibi – Arthur Brown & the Vastearth Orchestra
Moonlight and Gold – Miwa Nagato Apthorp & Donald Knox
Judge – Makating
Ave Maria – Peter Shipman & Kirsten Morrison
Dink’s Song – John Cass
Run Run Run Amalanou
The Ark
Martha Rafferty and the Rafferty Family
Am I a Good Mystic? – Jofis
Colorado Exile – Lou Yeidel
Ya – MaGaMe Trio
Shine – Jason Titley
Melt the Soul – Kirsten Morrison
Over My Shoulder – Francesca Tedeschi
Bosphorus Dogs – Aaron Cass
Wayfaring Stranger – Eliza Cass
What Comes Next? – Jonathan Spottiswoode
Fly Away – The Steading Yard Birds

£7.50 plus P&P

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All profits from the CD will go to the Volunteer Fund enabling young people on low incomes to get involved in educational projects run by the School.

 
 


Sat 28th May 2022 09:00 to
Sat 4th June 2022 12:00

Join us for a series of Garden Weeks throughout the summer.
Further dates:
July 23–30
Aug 27–Sept 3

 

Sun 29th May 2022

An invitation to sit together in silent meditation.
Sunday at 6pm (GMT)

 

Last summer a group at Chisholme, including residents and some Directors, met in the old spruce plantation at Fat Hill, along with Ben Young, the former estate manager and a woodland expert. The intention was to reach an agreement on the next best step; whether and when the trees be clear felled, and to consider future plans for replanting.

 

You are warmly invited to join an ongoing enquiry through conversation, study and practical work, throughout the coming spring and summer months. We trust that through sitting together and asking, in humility and selfless receptivity, whatever now needs to be known will be made known. Come and participate whenever you can, for a few days, a week or perhaps for longer. Read more...

 

The Beshara Lecture
From biological war ideology to understanding reality as alive
Speaker: Andreas Weber
Saturday 16th November 2019, London