“I enjoyed the weekend in particular the walks in a beautiful part of the world.”
“I really enjoyed the weekend - very gentle and relaxed."
"It was great, really well done, I hope the other ladies enjoyed it as much as we did."
Join us at Abernethy Ardeonaig, by Loch Tay for a weekend of faith and walking. Develop some mountaincraft skills and enjoy the company of like-minded women to walk the stunning Perthshire countryside. In the evening we will have some worship, with some homebaking and chats by the fire in one of our two cosy lounges.
Why not bring your daughter for this weekend - as long as she can walk a beginner level walk as a minimum, even if she is under 16 then she would be most welcome and we will arrange an age-relevant evening programme for the girls!
We may offer two levels of walk, beginner and more advanced, depending on your previous walking experience and current level of fitness. Although the weekend is intended to be a relaxing break, this is not to say there isn't the option for a longer venture with the potential of topping out on a fantastic Perthshire peak
To see a provisional overview of what the weekend wil look like, click HERE for a sample programme. Please be aware that Friday dinner is an optional extra and will come at an additional cost.
Diana Hall is the Rector of St Anne’s Church in Dunbar, East Lothian and an occasional contributor to BBC Religion and Ethics broadcasts. She is passionate about the potential of the local church to be Jesus’ hands and feet at the very centre of community life. A native of Duns in the Scottish Borders, she was formerly a Court of Session litigation solicitor (with a career break as Office Manager at Abernethy Ardeonaig in the middle!) She enjoys wild swimming and good coffee shops, and is kept on her toes by her cat Cuthbert and spaniel Oswald Doglet. She blogs occasionally at www.pausingplace.blog
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