11 Oct 2016
At Corrymeela we review our prices from time to time, and we are introducing some price changes from December 1st 2016. These prices will to the cost for general open weekends (Retreats, Training Weekends etc.)
From December 1st, the cost for a shared room will now be £99 per person sharing. (The previous cost had been £100)
From December 1st, the cost for a single–occupancy room will be £139 per person (The previous cost had been £120).
We have planned an exciting range of open events, there is something for everyone, please check them out:
20th October, 2016 – Slowing Down to Meet Yourself – a one day retreat with Rev John Mann, Dean of Belfast
4th – 6th November, 2016 – Silent Retreat
25th – 27th November, 2016 – Storywork, Narrative Practice Weekend
26th November, 2016 – Hope A Light in the Darkness (Reflections on Chanukah and Christmas)
28th November – 2nd December, 2016 – Global Mediation Training
20th December, 2016 – From Empire to the Kingdom in Belfast
20th – 22nd January, 2017 – Blessed are the Brave
27th February – 1st March, 2017 – Story Theology
We are experiencing an increase both in our open weekends and the amount of people who wish to come – so we are keen to book as many people into our residential spaces. We are delighted that so many people wish to come on residential experiences at our centre.
The residential costs for events between now and December 1st will be charged at the previous prices, whereas any retreat or residential trainings
Just so you know, there are no hidden charges! – these prices include all costs — booking charges’ all food; accommodation; constantly available tea, coffee, fruit, biscuits; facilitation; volunteer support and supplies.
If and when there is an exception to these prices, we will make it clear on the booking listing. Usually this will be when we are bringing an international speaker to the Corrymeela centre, in which case we’ll need to charge higher rates to cover their costs. Currently the only exception on our books is a residential weekend in December 2018 when we will be bringing renowned theologian Stanley Hauerwas to Corrymeela for a weekend exploring reconciliation and theology.