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3 September 2021
Live storytelling carries Power and Magic – especially with a slice of cake in Southwick Hall's bewitching grounds!
The myths and legends of the Vikings, Celts and countless others are more than tales to entertain. They can also be like ancient maps, showing us that whatever challenges we're facing, our ancestors walked those paths before us.
Nickhola-Susanne is the author of 18 books (spellbinding-stories.com) and has worked extensively with primary schools and charities including The Wildlife Trust. Her book The Wonder Tails has been described by Waterstones as 'Kipling for the 21st century'. She retells ancient legends – and makes up new ones.
Come and join us for Nickhola-Susanne's:
How Baz the Fox Earned His Brush (11.30am, 5-9yr olds)
The Beginning of Dragons (3pm, 6yrs to adult)
Also a musical treat, with Young Musician George on the Southwick Cello & Friends
See you in the Magic Circle of Stories!
Saturday 18 September 10.30-16.00
Entry to garden and grounds free or by Charitable Donation
23 August 2021
Come and enjoy Hannah's pop-up café in the lush grounds of Southwick Hall.
Nickhola-Susanne's bewitching tales and live music from Young Musician George on the Southwick Cello & Friends.
Entry is free or by Charitable Donation (proceeds to conservation of Saint Mary's Church and Southwick Hall).
– A treat for all ages –
29 May 2021
No Olympic Games, no football championsips, no threat of Real Ale shortage were ever going to get in the way of this one – and they are back with a vengeance:
2021 World Conker Championships
at the Southwick Shuckburgh Arms
10 October 2021