Third Workshop of 2017 at Bealtaine Cottage


  • The third one day workshop of the year at Bealtaine Cottage is happening on Saturday the 24th of June.
  • There will be a maximum of four people only accepted for this day.
  • The day will begin at 10am and finish at 4pm.
  • Tea/coffee and home made vegan cake in the morning and afternoon, with a full lunch in the middle of the day.
  • This workshop will cover all aspects of sustainable and regenerative living here at Bealtaine Cottage. We will also look at planting and maintaining a Food Forest. You will have the opportunity to ask all the questions you have about this lifestyle.
  • The cost for the day is 75 Euros, payable when booking.
  • To book your place, use the link below. (Workshops at Bealtaine Cottage are filled quickly, so early booking is essential to avoid disappointment…the second  Workshop was fully booked by 4.30pm on the day of posting!)
  • Once payment is received I will confirm with you.
  • PLEASE email first to ensure there is a place available on the day!
  • coletteoneill2010@hotmail.comIMG_1146
  • “Working with Nature to create a seamless environment where everything is connected.” ~Colette O’Neill, A Cottage and Three Acres

Sunday 14th May Update: 8:30am: 2 places available only.

Monday 15th Update: All places now taken. Workshop fully booked.



To book and pay, use this button… but please confirm with me first to secure your place!



  1. Colette, I was so very happy to hear the rain on this mornings video. I have been praying for rain…….. you continue to inspire me, on a recent trip to my mother’s took some pear tree cuttings which I shared with a friend and she shared with me some elderberry shrubs…… on it goes in our beautiful world. So much wonder and beauty to marvel at! Thank you for your recent words of encouragement. I get down sometimes at the state of the world, and am uplifted by your words, and then am back to appreciating Gaia and all she gives if we are willing to see. I was thrilled to see a beautiful perfect snail on the inside of a tulip last week, to hear the tree frogs singing, to see a garter snake. Even my neighbor who cut trees down recently ( always painful) I asked if he would put some of them on my property, to make a wildlife area with. That way they can be used and appreciated…. blessings for all you do……..

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