It’s been a great start to the new year for us with thanks going to charity trustee and OTP director Steve Muggeridge for landing an Arts Council England grant to ensure advance planning for the Green Gathering 2021 steams ahead – even if we don’t we know for sure as we write this in January if the national vaccination programme will see us back to normal in time. All of us are working as normal on the assumption that all will be well and we are working on a range of ideas and initiatives designed to keep the optimism flowing and expectation rising so if you have any smart ideas, nows the time to get in touch.
The Charity is now recruiting for a new Youth Advocate to join our Board of Trustees
Applicants need to be:
- aged 18 to 25
- able to join regular Skype calls and twice yearly face to face meetings plus the annual Green Gathering event
- interested in furthering the objectives of the Charity
Please apply by emailing email@example.com
It was Alex who first suggested we create a Charity to look after the Green Gathering Community and it was Alex who carried the weight of making it a reality. We owe her and we will miss her. She was smart, funny, generous and hard working; she was wonderful.
Sara Mai has been appointed as the Charity’s Company Secretary. Sara has volunteered with the Charity for a number of years and has worked closely with the Trustees on a number of issues. Sara has volunteered to take on this role as Susan Alexander is terminally ill and needs to step down after 7 years service. Thank you very much to Sara for supporting us at this tragic time
It was sunny! We were happy. Beautiful event, well done everyone.
Thanks to those who attended the Charity Member’s Tea Party on the Sunday where we looked at the feedback we had received over the event. The comments and ideas the meeting found relevant will be written up by the GreenStage crew and that, and any progress made, will be shared at the next member’s meeting in Bristol this autumn.
Project reports coming soon…
Community members invited to the Charity’s annual Tea Party onsite at the Green Gathering 2019. 4pm Sunday at our onsite home The Greenstage in the Campaigns Field
Solar Sewing and the Resource Centre’s ‘Clean Stream’ took part in the Green Futures Field at Glastonbury Festival. Read more here
Photographer Nigel Dickinson attended GG18 and has shared his photos with us, you can view some of them here
Two of the Charity’s projects have been accepted to take part in the Green Futures Field at Glastonbury this year: The Resource Centre and Solar Sewing. Come visit us onsite!
Community get together in Bristol on 17th November, all members welcome. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to attend