My Drum Trek Heroines and Heroes.

Whilst I was swanning around these Islands that we all call home, other folk were busy organising, promoting and finding venues and generally doing sterling work to host a leg of Drum Trek On top of that they would feed and water me and provide a bed for my weary head and an internet connection... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 25

As per the last blog I began my day in Seaford at Jamie Morgan's place.He doesn't live in a beach hut by the way 😉 but it's a nice Seaford shot right? We go back a long way and I have a lot of time and huge respect for him. He is like a brother... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 24

I woke and meditated and was then treated to a lovely breakfast combo by Rachel. Full of goodness. Yogurt, mixed fruits, nuts and honey. Yum yum. We then did a Life Coaching session for an hour looking at the story that has unfolded for me on this Trek and how I might honour this experience,... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 23

After a restful morning breakfast with Alex and Emma (and Ben) I set off for London. Sat Nav said 2.25 hours so I made a wee diversion to Avebury Stone Circle. The main car park had one payment option. Full Day only @ £7. I refused on principle and found a back lane to park... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 22

I left Swansea at midday after a nice chill out with Boyd, Kate and Duffy and headed for Pewsey in Wiltshire and my chance to spend some time with the Miles Clan. Alex,the son, I have met on many an occasion when training with Arthur Hull and his dad Geoff came along once to see... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 19

During the Stainsby festival I met up with an old friend and Headteacher of a Primary school in Derbyshire. I had worked for 4 years at her school, training the kids to be DCF's (Drum Circle Facilitators) on a funded project called Creative Partnerships, some years back. Creative Partnerships was the UK’s flagship creative learning... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 18

Monday morning. Post Festival high. Creaky bones and a lack of desire to get out of bed. Slow start. Is this a wall? I spent the morning editing videos and blogging and then headed for Cannock Chase to run two sessions of drumming for 44 teachers on a team building day. My good friend and... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Days 16/17

Having already pitched my tent prior to the Sheffield circle, I was able to land well at Stainsby Festival and hook up again with my partner in crime Nessa, who brought the contents for the space I had erected. Teamwork 😉 This was always going to be a significant stop on the Trek and oh... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 14

The morning was a slow and easy one with a bit of blogging and then a sunny cafe breakfast out on the streets of Hull. A little bit of Guitar playing with Donna and a new practice exercise called the Spider ( fingering up and down the fretboard) and I was on my way along... Continue Reading →

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