The Sharpham Trust have launched a fantastic new short film to showcase their latest retreat centre, the Coach House.
The Coach House was opened in April to offer mindfulness retreats with an emphasis on connecting to nature. Participants are able to practice mindfulness on the grounds of the Sharpham estate where there are rewilding fields and 550 acres set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Guests are able to experience community through sharing, dining and meditating together, all of which are showcased in the new film that was created for the trust by award winning director and filmmaker, Amanda Bluglass.
Sharpham Trust are a registered charity set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the outskirts of Totnes. The aim of the trust is to work towards a more mindful, compassionate and environmentally sustainable world through a programme of retreats and courses using nature events, rewilding the organic farmland and by running a natural burial site. The site is also a wedding venue and has a holiday let available to visitors throughout the year.
The Sharpham Trust offers mindfulness retreats close to nature in a portfolio of venues on the Sharpham Estate, close to the River Dart within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. People can stay in several different locations on the 550-acre Estate, including in: Sharpham House…