News and Events

New Workshops, talks and events 2017

The Silent Eye hosts a number of events each year, from our annual Weekend Workshop in Derbyshire to our informal ‘Walk and Talk’ gatherings. All events are open to non-members and Companions of the School and they are a great way to meet us, explore the teachings we share and spend time with fellow travellers.

On this page you will find our forthcoming events, while ‘Previous Events’ allows you to explore some of the workshops, weekends and talks the School has organised.

Want to know what we do? You can find details of the Silent Eye’s annual weekend workshop 2016 by clicking here.

New Events 2017

The Feathered Seer. Weekend Workshop April 2017

The Silent Eye Annual Workshop 2017


“In a time before memory…when the land was yet young and Albion unborn, I dreamed the stars of a time yet to be. I dreamed your becoming.
…I see you.
I called and you have come.
The time is now.”

Join us as we journey back beyond recorded history to a time known only in dreams and a place that still casts its shadow in stone upon our landscape.
It is a time of peace and bright learning, a time when wisdom flourishes in the sacred colleges and a young Seer is nearing the end of her training.
They came with sword and spear, raveners of the land, seeking to pervert and destroy the Keepers of Wisdom. Torches in the night… a world forever changed…

Dates: Weekend of 21-23 April 2017

Location:  Great Hucklow, Derbyshire Dales. England.

Don’t miss it! Demand will be high and there are limited places.

Accommodation is provided full board at the Nightingale Centre with inclusive prices for the weekend from £245 – £265 per person.

Click here to download a pdf Booking Form for The Feathered Seer

For further details email:

2 Responses to News and Events

  1. Rita Plush says:

    Hi Sue, Glad you liked my interview on Morgen Bailey’s writing blog. Do you review books? If so, would you be interested in reviewing my novel or short story collection? I can send you a free coupon. Best. Rita


    • Sue Vincent says:

      Hi Rita,

      I don’t ‘do’ book reviews… only review those I get chance to read and while I am always happy to read, I get little time to do so these days. However, the novel is now on my Kindle and when I get chance to breathe, I will take a look.


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