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Subject to covid-19 status 'Warning: time is running out limit climate chaos - share skills to save the planet' Nottingham Green Festival is organised by grass routes community based volunteers, with no statutory funding. The ethical standards and environmental / human / animal rights ethos of the event are long established, having evolved from the pre-history of the Nottingham Peace Festival from which it has grown. Nottingham's own Green Festival provides the place for the whole family to learn, explore…Find out more »
The Northern Green Gathering has been postponed to 2021 to a new site at Scholey Park in Lincolnshire. Northern Green Gathering is a small volunteer-run environmental/educational gathering focused around sustainable living and green campaigns. A 4-day camping event with environmental workshops & campaigns, permaculture, organic veggie cafes, stalls, healers & alternative therapies, kids space, theatre & circus workshops, and a showcase of environment living in action, including solar power and wind power. Veggies hope to be catering. If you can…Find out more »
Subject to covid-19 status A four day festival beyond hedonism powered by wind, sun and people... just the best! Educate for sustainability, create alternatives, frolic in fields. Powered by wind, sun & people, and Food by Veggies. Veggies hope again to be supporting a Co-operators Camp together with Radical Routes & others, in the Campaigns Zone. We are continuing to push forward our minimal packaging policies - extending the use of proper mugs to serving soft drinks in returnable beakers,…Find out more »
The 50th Glastonbury Festival is postponed and hopes to take place from 22nd – 26th June 2022. Veggies will be catering & campaigning at Glastonbury Festival from 9am Wednesday to Monday lunchtime, in the Green Futures Field. We hope to be at the same location at the crossroads from the Old Railway Track, past the Greenpeace Field towards the Stone Circle (Sacred Space). Our crew places are committed long in advance, but if YOU are at Glastonbury you are welcome…Find out more »
Radical Routes is a network of radical housing co-ops, workers co-ops and social centres, whose members are committed to working for positive social change. Nottingham members include Neds Housing Co-op and (associate members) Sumac Centre, Veggies Catering Campaign & Morrigan Housing Cooperative. Four times a year, the member co-ops get together at weekend events which have a social function, but which are also the places at which all important decisions are taken. They are open meetings and anyone is welcome to…Find out more »
Radical Routes is a network of radical housing co-ops, workers co-ops and social centres, whose members are committed to working for positive social change. Four times a year, the member co-ops get together at weekend events which have a social function, but which are also the places at which all important decisions are taken. They are open meetings and anyone is welcome to attend. The November 2020 'Autumn' Gathering will be held on 13-15 November ONLINE. Nottingham members include Neds…Find out more »
An annual celebration of traditional and contemporary woodland crafts, it promises to be a brilliant day out for all the family. Watch expert woodcraft professionals at work, learn how to survive in the woods and to cook wild food or simply take a walk through the magnificent Elvaston Castle grounds. The event will be held at Elvaston Castle Country Park with Food by Veggies Catering Campaign. Other attractions are likely to include: Pole lathe turning Fire lighting Campfire cooking…Find out more »
Nottingham's Rainbow Centre opened at 180 Mansfield Road on 9th September 1985, the co-operative having been established on 9th April 1984 by campaigners for peace, animal rights, human rights, civil liberties and the environment. Veggies Catering Campaign (established 18th October 1984) moved in from Earthwise (the FoE Shop next door) when it closed, later taking on the day-to-day running of the centre. From the Rainbow Centre base plans were hatched for the purchase of a permanent campaign base, which…Find out more »
Shambala is a creative, non-commercial, ethical and family-friendly festival with a wild side and completely independent from advertising and sponsorship! In 2016 Shambala went Meat and fish free, to continue their mission to keep Shambala at the cutting edge of sustainable event organising. "... we’re setting ourselves a challenge: to provide the most eye-popping, mouthwatering, colourful, hearty array of cuisine at Shambala 2016 without a single bit of meat or fish on sale. Not a sausage. Instead, keep your eyes…Find out more »
No Earth First Summer Gathering this year - instead Earth First is calling for a Summer Dispersal of Decentralised Days of Resistance. Concerns around the spread of the virus mean we feel it's safest not to organise a mass gathering this year but the need to actively resist capitalism and ecological destruction has never been greater. Covid 19, climate change, racial inequality, poverty: These are all symptoms of a broken system that sees the earth’s resources as infinite, purely for…Find out more »