The Aboriginal peoples of Central Australia say that, "White man got no dreaming." Perhaps that's not entirely true. Here in Britain at least, there is a memory of a 'dreaming', fragments at best, but still tangible. Something of it remains in the landscape, if we can only listen for it.
The Dreaming the Land team have each spent the greater part of their lives trying to find, re-engage with and piece together that dreaming in the form of myths, folktales, songs, traditions and beliefs. We organise a range of walks, pilgrimages and retreats throughout the year in some of Britain's most extraordinary ancient, wild and sacred landscapes with the aim of rediscovering, exploring and sharing the 'Dreaming of Britain,' and reweaving our connection with all creation.