The charity supports projects run by volunteers which we showcase at our event but are available for other events
Crock n Rock
A washing up service with plates and cups for hire. Aiming to reduce waste through eliminating the need for disposables and to enable customers to arrive at our event by bike or public transport by ensuring they don’t need to bring the kitchen sink
Our volunteers also collect, wash up, and deliver for caterers for a fee. The Crock n Rock stall is situated in the Markets area of the event and is handy for customers eating out
The charity’s onsite event home
This structure was built by Tony Philips and is designed to carried in a car and put up by one person
The Greenstage is where we collect feedback and ideas from customers and crew and have our Sunday afternoon community meeting
Open long hours and run as a welcoming hangout where you can meet charity volunteers and trustees
Visit Greenstage site
Staffed recycling facility working to clean stream and reduce water use. This is both educational and a method of quantifying what our event is producing in terms of reusable or recyclable materials
The Resource Centre provides hand washing from a ‘Tip Tap’ which minimises water use
Staff help ensure waste is thoroughly separated and cleaned before disposal. This allows every waste stream to be identified and quantified.
The photo below shows the plastic cutlery collected and taken off site from the Resource Centre at GG14 (the long white line is forks, the off white cutlery to the right are PLA – plant based plastic that only decomposes in industrial hot compost systems) and the plastic cutlery collected and taken off site from the Resource Centre at GG18 – the eleven pieces at the front!
Utilising recycled materials and renewable energy to offer a creative activity for all ages. 3 electric sewing machines in a very social setting with sewing tuition and machine maintenance on hand