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Little Massingham Estate ​


with Liam Browne


23 March 2024   11am - 4pm

Tickets £55 per person


After hosting Cacao Ceremonies for the past 11 years, creating his own Cacao Teacher Training Course and finally in December 2021 launching his own Cacao Brand FULL POWER CACAO you could say Liam Browne has been instrumental in raising the profile of Ceremonial Grade Cacao in the UK and the magical benefits it possesses. You could also say Liam is hitting all the right spots in the heart centered world of Cacao by infusing all his love, passion and talents into his teaching and sending his team of Cacao Training Graduates out into the world to do the same. He now wants to bring Cacao to the masses! That’s why this UK Tour is so important to him, to not only allow people to experience the master of Ceremony himself at work with his beautiful medicine Cacao but also to raise the profile of his FULL POWER CACAO movement so each person can start feeling amazing as the goodness of every cup of Cacao adds massive value to their lives.


The time is now, so we invite you to share its magic, experience and take your own journey to the next level by joining us for Ceremony and Cacao at Little Massingham in March 2024. We assure you it is not an experience to be missed!!!


Liam’s mission is to empower people to their own personal greatness. He has so many tools in his box (Drumming, Guided Meditation, Breathwork, Counseling, Yogic Philosophy, Sound Healing, Kirtan and Mantra and Magical Healing Abilities) to make sure divine magic happens every time he holds space.


So come join us, you are the person you have been waiting for and we can’t wait to see the true you step forward in 2024. Aho

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Amber’s Bell Tent Camping up at Little Massingham Estate, Norfolk.  It's a magical place. Here are some instructions to make your journey and arrival as smooth as possible.


Please do not use the post code or satnav as it will take you 10 miles out.  Please download the what3words app as this will take you right to the spot and use this link to find your way there. will take you to the main gate.



From the A148 between Kings Lynn and Fakenham, take the turning for Harpley (approx halfway - 8 miles, between KL and Fakenham)

Drive through Harpley on Nethergate Street and continue until you reach the village of Little Massingham.

Turn right on Church Lane and keep going for 1.7 miles until you see the ABTC sign in the tree, and look for the right hand turn here.

Turn right onto the property and follow the track down until you come to a T junction. Turn right and then left and you’ll see the barn and the bathrooms. Parking will be signposted and there will be wheelbarrows for your luggage.



  • FAST (dont eat) for a least 4 hours before the Ceremony. The longer you can fast the better the Cacao works

  • Arrive at least 15 minuets before the Ceremony starts so you can be settled into the space and comfortable

  • Bring a journal and a pen to write down any insights from your journey.

  • Bring a Yoga Mat and a cosy blanket to make you super comfy.

  • Bring any crystals or tools you like to connect with whilst journeying so they can be added to the alter, or remain with you.

  • Dress in comfortable loose clothing

  • Keep hydrated and bring a Water bottle

How to prepare

Before the ceremony we recommend that you do not eat or drink coffee for at least four hours. This is so that the cacao can be quickly and easily absorbed enabling you to go deeper into your journey. Please drink plenty of water both before and after the ceremony to stay hydrated. A good way to ground the energy if you are feeling floaty or spacey after the ceremony is to have a good warm meal.

For more information about the event and for full terms and conditions please follow this link to Full Power Cacao

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Mannington Hall


with ​Justine Holdsworth

Sat July 8th 1pm-3.30pm Mannington Hall, North Norfolk


Sun July 9th 1pm-3.30pm Mannington Hall, North Norfolk

Adults £50. All tools and materials provided.

About this event


Justine Holdsworth is a practicing willow weaver,

basket maker, and willow grower, who runs regular

workshops at The Workshop in Whitley Bay. 


On this visit to this breathtaking venue she will demonstrate and support you through this fun half day workshop. You will be using sustainable, locally sourced willow grown and harvested from a plot in the stunning Northumberland National Park. She will impart information on the varieties of willow used, the process of soaking and the different traditional weaves you will be using. You will take home a unique handmade willow obelisk to put in your garden or place in a pot, where you can watch your favourite climbers grow through it. Justine’s fave is a blousy clematis any day.

Who is it for: The workshop is suitable for beginners and advanced. 

What to Bring: Weather appropriate clothing, layers can be  helpful. Bottle of water or drink, snacks (optional), any personal medication needed, sun lotion, camera, notebook and pen.

Dogs: Sorry no dogs allowed on the estate.


Mannington Hall

FORAGING WALK with Rachel Lambert - Forager, Author, Guide

Mon 7th Aug, 12-2.30pm Mannington Hall, North Norfolk

Adults £40, under 16s £20, under 5s free

On this summer foraging walk We will be wander across the rambling Estate at Mannington, onto the wetlands, over water meadow, stopping to quietly watch the bird life in the bird hide, before circling the moated house and back to the camp.  The board walk snakes through the meadow, which in August has towering plants either side buzzing with bees and moths. Learn about edible summer flowers, herbs and how to spot early autumn delights


Who is it for: Adults, children, families, all children must be accompanied

Level of Walk: Approximately 1.5-2 miles

Summer foraging course, what to expect;

  • Leisurely guided walk with lots of stops and tasters

  • Covering 8-10 wild foods

  • Thorough guidance on plant identification

  • Tried and tested suggestions on cooking, processing tips and lots of recipe ideas

  • Information of nutritional and medicinal benefits, where known (please note I am not a medical herbalist)

  • May include potential mistakes and look-a-like plants

  • Information on legalities, sustainability and safety

  • Opportunity to buy a signed copy of my book/s - these are only available beforehand and can be posted

  • Follow up email with list of plants covered and links to recipes and more info

  • Homemade tasters made with wild, foraged ingredients,

Other Info:

What to wear: Courses are a mixture of walking and a fair amount of standing around to learn. Please prepare for British weather and check the forecast beforehand - bring/wear layers, a wind proof and weather appropriate clothing. Footwear suitable for the walk outlined (above) and that you are confident walking in.

Meet: Exact meeting point TBC. Walk will be held at: Amber's Bell Tents, Mannington, Norwich, Norfolk, NR11 7BB

Min/Max numbers: 5-15 in total. You are welcome to come alone or with others. 

What to Bring: Weather appropriate clothing, layers can be  helpful. Bottle of water or drink, snacks (optional), any personal medication needed, sun lotion, camera, notebook and pen.

Dogs: Sorry no dogs allowed on the estate.


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