Here are details of the next dreamweaving workshops and meetings organized by the Qultura community.
This webpage looks different as the format for the workshops has changed and there is also a monthly newsletter which appears at the start of every month, which is more popular among people in the wider local community. Above you have a short video which gives you a brief insight into what the meetings are all about.
The upcoming dates are as follows:
R.O.S.E. Community Club Rooms, 22 Ascalon Street, Nine Elms, London SW8 5AN.
The meetings take place in the R.O.S.E Community Club Rooms, which is managed by Wandsworth Council. Tea and coffee are available as are refreshments.
If you receive a copy of the newsletter - The Magic Tree - you get some idea of things which we can possibly be talking about during the meetings. However there's no relationship between the contents of the newsletter (link to a PDF version below). The Magic Tree comes out monthly at the start (or just before) every month. Please feel free to download onto your PC, smartphone or mobile device. You're also welcome to join the community by registering on our Community Message Board.The Magic Tree (Feb 2023)
If you're coming from further afield here's the information you need for public transport. There's space to lock your bike if cycling. Driving here is not recommended. Please don't be put off by the community space being in between two estates. The people here are good people.
Nearest Tube is Battersea Power Station. Cross the road into Thessally Road, turn first right into Ascalon Street.
Nearest railway station is Battersea Park. Exit the station turn left and keep going till you pass Battersea Dogs and Cats Home on the left then take the stairs on the right on the bridge down to Stewarts Road, then take the second turning right into Ascalon Street.
Buses 156, 344 and 436 to Battersea Power Station, then go down Thessally Road and turn first right into Ascalon Street.
Please don't consider driving. There's nowhere to park and the local pigeons are rude and unpredictable.
If you are unfamiliar with dreamweaving you can find out more information below, and you're also welcome to browse the rest of the website or ask questions.
Qultura is a developing alternative dreamweaving community centred in Nine Elms, London, so 'Qultura' may refer to the Qultura community itself, Qultura methodology or Qultura Core, the core of the the community. Our community is freely accessible to all interested, completely free of charge to participate in and make use of, and welcomes everyone to our meetings, workshops and on our Community Message Board.