Sussex Bluebells woodland
Sussex Bluebells (photo:

Welcome. Scroll down for dates of upcoming events….

Singing simple songs together taught by ear can bring us into heartfelt connection and help us drop down into our true selves. Our ancestors sang freely out in the open air. As they walked, celebrated and worked the land singing energised them and grounded their movements.

The ability to sing naturally and freely remains in our bones. You may have been told you can’t sing. Celyn invites you to trust, embrace and unfurl your voice in a caring, supportive space/atmosphere.

You can listen to songs in teaser videos or lullabies in the link (further down) to warm your heart or soothe your soul. You may find your voice joins in!

r.e link: (click text on left) These beautiful lullabies are for any age. The writers and singers invite you to listen, to journey to a place of wonder, and to arrive at a place of calm. (songs are by Natural Voice Leaders as listed on band camp webpage including Celyn Hind)

WoW,  This is absolutely gorgeous! Thank You so much for sharing your beautiful music. WE can’t wait to share it with our community. Beautiful!’     Love, Sarah and Karisha (Mamuse)

Dates 2022:

Here is a message posted on the Facebook page 12/05/22:

Hi All.

Just to let you know how things are unfolding with Singing In Nature.

There are no upcoming dates for events at present.

I am developing my connections and contacts to collaborate with.

I have access to two woodland sites and one market garden to share songs and nature with you. 

My influences are mentioned below to give you a taste of what’s to come.

I am mentored by Thomas Schorr-kon; an expert in survival skills and nature connection who has years of experience working with numerous ages and backgrounds. 

I am also mentored by Chris North; a lifemusician. Lifemusic is a structured approach to improvisation and a LOT of fun! I receive singing lessons and mentoring from two Natural Voice Leaders I have great respect for; Anna Tabbush and Su Hart.

I am in conversation with a dance facilitator about collaborating in one of the woodlands but shall not name her until we confirm our collaboration.

I am applying for grants and business mentoring because setting things up is a challenging time. It involves investing energy, time and money before things are settled enough to sustain a person financially.

Stay tuned! 


Celyn x

Previous dates of Singing in Nature on Saturdays at 1.30-3.30pm

12th February, 12th March, 23rd April

located in a woodland 10-15 minute walk from Fernhurst Village centre. £7 recommended donation for first timers. £10 after that.