Josepha is coming
I need to know if anyone wants to attend the Adam Shereston Clinic, or would like to come to Josepha only, which would follow straight on from Adam's clinic if the dates can be arranged.
Hands up if anyone would like to come to my field and let me know which dates are most suitable. (asap)
I am in the Midlands, West Worcestershire, Near to Malvern, 30 miles South of Birmingham, approx 10 miles from Junction 7 of the M5 network.
Please see posts above for accommadation and suggested dates.
It would also be a great excuse for bonfires, barbeques and a general meet up and get together.
Colette is Norfolk? Eileen Derbyshire?
copied post from 16th Sept.
Elieen, ET is busy with her house move and hay making, so it might be a few weeks before she can free herself to arranging clinics.
In the meantime I have had contact from Adam who feels a 2 + 1/2 day clinic with option to add a further 2 days would be more beneficial. Allowing participants to take things in stages, go away, think, practice, consolidate.
This would be a Friday afternoon/evening demonstration, followed by two very full days of handling and ridden with a maximum of four horses.
Costs for Adam Shereston Clinic: would be between Â£160 to Â£180 per owner with horse for the full Friday to Sunday weekend, camping would be free but food etc or B&B are optional, and travel expenses to consider.
Without a horse the costs would be between Â£65 and Â£80 for the full weekend, again depending on numbers of those wishing to attend being confirmed.
Provisional dates are 14th -16th May, 21st -23rd May, 28th-31st May, 4th-6th June 2010.
As soon as I know what dates are best for the majority I will confirm my booking with Adam.
(At 31/10/2009 there are still only 2 of us for Adam's clinic, and only me for Josepha)
If Josepha's visit to Eileen's, 100 miles North of me, ties in with what is already being organised, it would be super to perhaps add a Monday, or Monday & Tuesday) for her to pass on some valuable tips and instruction.
Josepha is willing to come, even if this is a separate visit to the ET clinic.
Suggestions for dates and numbers of interested participants required.
Costs for a Josepha Clinic will be determined by numbers attending, so we need to know if this is viable.
Personally, I hope to camp over in the field because I find listening and joiningg discussions, especially with those watching instead of horse handling, many observations and light bulb moments are identified over a barbeque supper.