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One-day Silent Retreat



  • Event Date

    16, Oct 2015
    @ 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

  • Event Location

    The Quiet View, 146 The Street, Kingston, Canterbury, Kent, CT4 6JQ

  • Event Organizer

    The Janki Foundation

Friday 16th October 2015

Retreat led by Rev. Philippa Blackham, Interfaith Minister & former presenter and producer of Woman’s Hour

Thursday 14th January 2016

Retreat led by Dr Craig Brown, Retired General PractitionerSee flyer.

You are invited…
You are invited to a series of one-day silent retreats to be held at The Quiet View, Kingston, Nr Canterbury, Kent. These are organised by the Kent group of the Janki Foundation. Our aim is to enable those wishing for more silence in their lives to come together and recharge their inner batteries.

Who can come?
The retreats are designed for healthcare professionals, but as everyone cares for another, those from all professional and spiritual backgrounds are welcome. The days are ideally aimed at those already experienced and comfortable with silence.

Extras to know:
The retreats cost £12.50 to cover running expenses.Tea, coffee and refreshments are provided. Please bring a packed lunch. Please also feel free to bring blankets, cushions, diaries, art or written materials to support your day.

Structure of the retreat:

  • 10.00 am Registration and coffee
  • 10.30 am Retreat leader shares experiences and ideas for practice.
  • 11.30 am Silence. Time for walking, sitting still, and quiet (packed) lunch.
  • 2.30 pm Closing session in yurt.
  • 3.00 pm Tea and end.

To book a place (essential due to limited numbers) please complete the booking form, which can be downloaded from For further enquiries please email

For directions and more information please see on

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