With chia custard and rosemary infused cream We recently served this delicious dessert after a feast for about 40 people, offering a gluten free option too. Rhubarb and ginger are a classic combination – delicious and immune boosting too! Our menu is all plant-based so when it comes to dessert we are often experimenting with ways to make it less …
By Lucy Tipper Lucy is an illustrator from Hampshire and shares her journey of grief and loss into creativity and nature when connecting with Embercombe’s land on The Journey. It was grief that brought me to the gates of Embercombe, a catalogue of tragic events that saw my life crumble around my ears. Grief had wiped my slate clean, although …
Embercombe feels a very grounded place… it stands out as sane, healthy, fun and inspiring… open to new ideas and is endlessly growing.
I feel changed for life, actually. It was a beautiful, beautiful thing!
Yurt was sweet and cosy — we didn’t expect burners or a proper wooden floor! Food was great.
Embercombe taught us about leadership, listening and connecting.
It felt like everyone – Embercombe volunteers, leaders and the land itself – was there with love
Many many thanks and deep gratitude for the work you are doing to support all of us to step into the next paradigm . These are extraordinary times and it feels like we are pioneers.
To be able to connect it with our own personal and spiritual journeys is powerful, healing and necessary if we are to raise the consciousness of our planet…Thank you!
It’s a great privilege to be at Embercombe for the week. It’s a beautiful place where you feel supported and everyone on site helps this to be a really special time.