Resurgence Summer Camp

Annual Resurgence summer camp at Green and Away. Photo courtesy Teena Gould.
A weekend of talks, music, crafts and walks hosted by Satish Kumar at Europe's foremost sustainable conference centre. Off-grid, sustainable living in action.
“Spending time at Green and Away is an utter joy. Try it!” – Kirstin Irving

The Resurgence annual Summer Camp takes place from 31 July to 3 August 2014, near Worcester.

Be inspired, learn, discuss, explore ideas, recharge, rest and experience  Resurgence in Action in a small corner of paradise near Malvern. The weekend provides an opportunity to engage with Resurgence & Ecologist readers and speakers for a weekend of inspiring talks, discussions, workshops, music, craft and walks. Join us at this innovative event and enjoy sustainable living in action.

Delicious vegetarian food included in the weekend ticket price. The gathering is a small, friendly camp with a maximum of 140 people near Malvern, Worcestershire. You can read more about the site at Green and Away here.

Early booking rate available until 31 May 2014.

Tom Crompton, Change Strategist WWF
Miriam Darlington, Lecturer in Creative Writing at Plymouth University, poet and author
Jane Davidson, Director of INSPIRE at University of Wales
Matt Harvey, author and poet
Satish Kumar, Editor-in-Chief, Resurgence & Ecologist
Colin Tudge, biologist and author of Why Genes Are Not Selfish and People Are Nice

Qi Kong - Dong Sticks (bamboo stick exercises): June Mitchell
Harmony Singing around the fire: Janne Tooby and Toni Gilligan
Indian Raga and embodied voicework: Will Tooby
Yelders in Action
Doin' Dirt Time and The One Eyed Man: Fern Smith and Ralph Philip

Ombiviolum, an eclectic mix of Zimbabwean mbira, folk, reggae and classical music
Sika, Performer, digeridoo, flutes, drum and healing soundscapes
Open Mic hosted by Helen Moore

You can book ticket online on the Resurgence website.
For enqiries, please call 01237 441293

Resurgence in Action is fundraising event for The Resurgence Trust, an educational charity dedicated to raising awareness of the key ecological and spiritual issues of our time. Registered charity no. 1120414.


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