Who are the Tamar Dowsers?
The Tamar Dowsers
were formed by
Alan Neal and Jacki Ellis-Martin
in the spring of 2002 to promote the
ancient craft of dowsing
in the Tamar Valley.
We host regular dowsing events
throughout Devon and Cornwall.
The group holds interesting and varied talks during the winter months, using the Village Hall at North Hill, near Launceston in East Cornwall as our base.
The presentations are usually held on Sunday afternoons and start at 2.15pm.
Entrance to all of the talks is included in the annual subscription for members of the Tamar Dowsers – and is currently £4 for visitors.
Please see the diary page for more details.
The Tamar Dowsers are Affiliated to the
British Society of Dowsers
Our Next Event
A talk by Andy Burnham
The Old Stones:
an important new work for dowsers and archaeologists
North Hill Village Hall
(about 3 miles north of Upton Cross in East Cornwall)
Starting at 14.15
Members free – non-members £4