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The London District invites you to join us at our residential weekend at High Leigh, where together we will explore how we are all called to live out Christ’s challenge to live truthfully and walk justly throughout our lives. We will also look at what it means to be peace-makers in our relationships, the communities we belong to, and in the wider world.

Whole weekend, day and one night overnight tickets now available

Keynote Speaker

Revd Ruth Harvey of the Iona Community

“What makes me laugh out loud is political satire. What moves me at my deepest level is sitting outside round an open fire with good friends and fine nourishment, listening and talking and laughing together.”

 

Ruth Harvey is the Leader of the Iona Community, where she acts as its public representative, supports its strategic development and offers theological direction and pastoral support.

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Workshops

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Tickets

Tickets are available now via Eventbrite and group bookings are welcome. 

We now have day, overnight and weekend tickets available. 

 

Whole Weekend Tickets: 

Adults (ages 17+): £60 | Children (ages 6 - 16): £30 
 

Day tickets:

Saturday Day only:
Adults: £20 | Children: £10


Saturday Day with either Friday or Saturday overnight stay:
Adults: £40 | Children: £20


Children (ages 5 and under) go free. 

All children must be accompanied by an adult.

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What to expect

What’s included in the cost?
Access to all sessions and activities
Tranquil Hertfordshire countryside location
Full board and en suite facilities
Complimentary tea & coffee and towels in all rooms
Fitness trail, lawns and gardens
Free lawn games
Games room
What's on
Dynamic keynote sessions and group Bible study
Several engaging workshops to choose from
Ample space for reflection, relaxation and fellowship
A dedicated stream of activities for children and young people
Late night entertainment, games show and more!
What to expect
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