Seed Festival – planting big ideas 7th- 9th July,Hawkwood, Stroud. Big ideas taking Root! YOUR WEEKEND TICKET is all you need to enjoy all talks, workshops and performances Gates open at 4pm Friday 7th July - films and music from 7pm. Opening at 10.30am Saturday with some workshops before. Closing Circle Sunday 9th July 6pm.In its third year these big ideas are now taking root, a place to dig deep and get real. It’s a festival with a strong intention, a conference in a field of dreams.
We are redesigning reality, creating the blueprint for a world that thrives with nature. Hawkwood's beautiful setting with its biodynamic farm, country house, natural spring, gorgeous grounds and woodlands allow people to relax and be nourished in nature.The year features the biggest Green Line up of Speakers in 2017 withloads of workshops and performances; plus Family fun to engage in nature-based play with PROJECT DIRT, inviting everyone to unplug from the virtual world and get stuck into a real one.
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Seed Festival 2017
Seed Festival 7-9 July 2017 Planting Big Ideas! Hawkwood, nr Stroud. Musicians, Poets, Artists, Inspiring Eco Speakers, Movers and Shakers and YOU! Seed Festival inspires a more intimate and personal connection with our living world and our place within it. WIth the biggest UK Green speaker lineup that includes the voice of many Millennials, its set to be the best yet.
More about Hawkwood
Hawkwood is a Centre For Future Thinking, providing courses, facilitating training and offering venue hire set in a beautiful location in the Cotswolds. Our vision is about creating the world we want for now and our future. We are a place that convenes people and organisations from many disciplines in support of creative endeavour, a flourishing society and a sustainable environment. Registered charity number 311767
More about Seed Idea
Seed Ideaexists to provide inspiring and engaging service through events, design, innovation and coaching. Seed Idea projects include: concerts, festivals, videos and workshops; plus the Big Green Chair.
They are particularly inspired by people and projects that break the mould and are grounded in social and ecological values - those who are planting big ideas in the world.