A visit to Hereford Waterworks Museum with Linda Prenter
Date: Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Times: 10:00am to 4:00pm
Venue: Waterworks Museum, Broomy Hill, Hereford HR4 0LJ
There are only 20 places available on this trip and will be processed on a first come, first serve basis.
You will receive a confirmation of your booking once it has been completed.
- Closing date for all bookings is 3:00pm on Monday, 08 October, 2018
- Our policy on Cancellations of a Booking:
Cancellation made more than 2 months prior to the event: Full refund
Cancellation made between 2 months and 1 month prior to the event: 75% refund
Cancellations made between 1 month (or less) prior to the event: No refund
We will have exclusive access to this historic site which was the Victorian pumping station for Hereford’s water supply. Our visit will include a guided tour of the Waterworks Museum which houses many important artefacts used in the pumping of water
An essential part of the day is an opportunity to learn about the processes and practise some of the skills that Water Diviners use – map dowsing; divining the location of underground streams and piped supplies; dowsing mineral content, pH, depth, flow, quality and quantity – and about water extraction methods, pumping and filtration.
This unusual event is an exciting opportunity for anybody interested in the process of finding, extracting and processing water on its way to our taps. It is also a great chance to learn new skills, practise and prove your dowsing skills in the context of Water Divining