Children's Fire - Talk

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Children's Fire - Talk

Practitioners Involved: Mac Macartney

Venues Used: The Birch Room

Date / Time: Wednesday 15th May 7.30 - 9.30 pm

Price: £6 on the door

‘Mac’ is an international speaker, writer and change-maker. Mentored by indigenous people over many years, he has acquired profound and original insights into questions preoccupying many contemporary leaders.

It would be really helpful if people would let me know ahead of time if they intend to come. Please email the centre: richard@clophillcentre.co.uk

Mac's story..

In the winter of 2009 Mac McCartney walked from his birthplace in the border lands between England and Wales to the Isle of Anglesey – without a map, compass, tent or stove, in January, eating only wild food.

This talk reveals the story of Britain’s late Iron-Age tribal past and a long ignored turning point in our people’s history as irresistible change swept across the known world. Much was broken at this time and much was born. Mac offers his journey as a metaphor for our times. We walk into the unknown, clouds gathering on the horizon. Rumours of danger persist and insinuate. We feel unprepared. Friends feel distant and like a dark cloak loneliness gnaws at our resolve. Mac speaks of hope, belonging, and homecoming.

To learn more follow this link: www.macmacartney.com