Resurgence Summer Camp, and Volunteers Wanted
Thursday 23 July – Sunday 26th July 2009
Join us for the Resurgence Summer Camp – a unique event bringing together Resurgence readers, speakers and supporters.
Jenny Jones, Green member of the London Assembly, Miriam Kennet, economist and founder of The Green Economics Institute, Satish Kumar, Editor, Resurgence magazine, Peter Lang, environmental consultant and researcher, John Naish, author of ‘Enough’ and initiator of ‘The Landfill Prize’, Brigit Strawbridge, founder of 'The Big Green Idea'.
Workshops Helen Moore, Jay Ramsay and Christina McLaughlin – Poetry, Elaine Brook – Deep Ecology, Teena Gould – Tai Chi, Ashley Ramsden storytelling, Stefan Cartwright – Finding The Voice. music Dragonsfly - An enchanting vibrant mix of music from the UK, Europe and beyond; Bardo Muse – an acoustic trio playing music inspired by life and love
Share four days of stimulating discussion, music, dance, crafts and walks with fellow readers and contributors to the magazine at this year’s camp.
The Resurgence Summer Camp is hosted by Green and Away –Europe’s only tented conference centre situated on an idyllic site near Malvern, Worcestershire. Organic food, wood-burning showers, crafts, electricity from the sun and wind, and saunas.
People with disabilities welcome. Accessible by public transport. Book early as previous events have been full!
For more information about the programme and bookings
Or write to Resurgence, Ford House, Hartland, Bideford, Devon EX39 6EE
For information about Green and Away and site facilities visit: http://www.greenandaway.org
July & August 2009
Green & Away which hosts the annual Resurgence Summer Camp seeks volunteers for its 2009 season. Each summer we build and run Europe's only environmentally-sound outdoor conference centre - a village of marquees, yurts, and domes used by leading environmental and social change organisations for conferences. We are looking for willing helpers to work with us this summer to build the Green & Away outdoor village near Worcester, run the camps, and then take everything down.
In return for your enthusiasm, goodwill and hard work, you’ll get to live in beautiful countryside among friendly people, eating excellent vegetarian food, and making an important contribution to the work of the environmental and social change sector. In the evening enjoy socialising in the bar you will have helped build!
We need volunteers for a week or longer during July and August. If you're interested in joining us, visit http://www.greenandaway.org and contact Mark Whitaker on 01273 682382
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