Time & Location
08 Nov 2022, 18:30
Southend-on-Sea, 178 Eastern Esplanade, Southend-on-Sea SS1 3AA, UK
About the event
The eleventh walk in our full moon series consisting of twelve.
It isn't exactly the origin of this moon's name, but silhouetted reeds often accompany late October and November river swims (something to remember when you're out among the riffles). Pagans have also called this the Mourning Moon' as it appears in the final stages of their winter preparation - the last moon before the winter solstice - which is devoted to the process of mourning.
This moon is also sometimes known as the 'Beaver Moon', Trading Moon' and 'Frost Moon'. Beavers are often busiest at this time of year, constructing their winter dams as the first frost creeps up to the water's edge. We will be meeting at the sea wall opposite the Camelia Hotel to enjoy the moonlit night. Our walks are suitable for everyone, even our furry four legs.