Walking for peace and harmony

5th annual Labyrinth Peace Walk set for May 7 in Fleetwood Park

Fleetwood Park Labyrinth

Get ready to Walk as ONE for Peace at Fleetwood Park.

Since 2012, Diana Ng, locally known as the Labyrinth Lady, has been facilitating community Labyrinth walks in Fleetwood Park, the first outdoor public Labyrinth in Surrey as a way to help others de-stress and to gain mental clarity in a healthy way.

On May 7, people world wide are encouraged to join together, across time zones, to walk a labyrinth in order to generate a wave of peaceful energy and good for all.

The 5th annual Surrey World Labyrinth Day: Community Peace Walk as ONE event will take place at the Labyrinth in Fleetwood Park on Saturday May 7 at 1 pm, rain or shine.

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