Carrowcrory Journala frequent video journal to share what we do at and from Carrowcrory Cottage, Carrowcrory Labyrinth Gardens, and within local woodlands, forests and coastlines. .
This used to be Woodland Barding Weekly, but has changed, and I will explain below.
Hello, John Willmott, aka Woodland Bard here.
That's me on the top cover picture, on the forest shore of Lough Gill.
The nickname came to me as coordinator of Bards In The Woods, in NW Ireland
I am also keeper of the Carrowcrory Cottage & Labyrinth Gardens
within Co. Sligo, Ireland. This year, this is where most of my work time has been.
Woodland Barding Weekly is no more. I just was not making the videos through being busy with new labyrinth work and events management here. However, the shorter Carrowcrory Journal is easier and quicker to compile, more frequent, much shorter and cavers a much wider range of subjects and day to day happenings here.
I trust you will learn, and even teach us what you do, in response to these videos.
Here's what your Patronage will serve for you
1. Frequent video show for patrons, 5 to 10 minutes per episode.
2. Each video may feature herblore, treelore, water lore, labyrinths,
3. Each video may feature herbcraft, preservecraft, recipes
4. Patreon Patrons are invited to visit and use our labyrinth gardens
5. Ongoing follow up information, counselling, and consulting from video content
See the Rewards Tier in the right margin for more info ...
Meanwhile, all of your pledges help us to ...
1. reach others to join us at Carrowcrory & Bards In The Woods,
2. acquire tools for improving our videos, better mics, editors, lighting.
3. storage and streaming costs of some of our media
4. acquire plants for our labyrinth gardens and tree planting projects.
Thank you for your kind support
We hope to meet you here at Carrowcrory too, one day..
John Willmott, aka Woodland Bard, so they called me :-)
Below is a song shared at Bards In The Woods by Blue Germaine.
click here for our Bards In The Woods web site
click here for our Carrowcrory Labyrinths web site