LONG WEEKEND WALK
Standard place : £250 - £400
Bursary place: pay what you can
This space is reserved for people with higher access costs or less disposable income. We particularly welcome folks from marginalised/ structurally disadvantaged groups (poc, queer, disabled, working class, carers, single parents, refugees, etc). Please get in touch if you have any questions
A bursary place can mean only making a contribution towards food costs, or can be fully funded if enough funds are raised.
Support role: £70-90
For people with less disposable income but energy to help with some elements of running the walk. This should work out around 1-2 hours per day (for example, waking up in the morning to make breakfast), with one day off. If you are interested in this role, get in touch and we can discuss how you specifically might be able to help.
Living in Community
A big part of LiC's mission is to work with systems of communication, mentoring, conflict resolution and decision making that are efficient, beautiful, dynamic and potentially challenging.
This means keeping track of and acknowledging power dynamics and interpersonal conflicts that arise.
A commitment and willingness to exploring these things on a personal level, as well as within the group, and an openness to exploring different ways of working, is asked of people joining the project. [For more information, see the ‘Community’ section on this website].
There is no set price to pay for joining the walk, and the costs of the project also need to be supported.
If this project feels right for you, please apply regardless of your of financial situation.
Please check the application forms for a detailed breakdown of costs.
It is important to acknowledge that taking 10 days to a year to take part in a project like this requires a certain amount of privilege. Some may not be physically able; for others, walking and wild camping may not feel safe.
If you are excited about this project and there is something that could make it easier for you to join, or you would like to be a part of the project in a different way that works for you, please get in touch and we can start a conversation.
It's also important to acknowledge that this project isn't for everyone.