Resurgence Summer Camp

Green and Away
Enjoying the summer camp at Green & Away 2014. Photo: Rachel Hembery
A weekend of inspiration, ideas, wellbeing and networking at Europe's foremost sustainable conference centre.
The Resurgence summer camp gives me the fuel to carry on living and promoting eco-justice

This year the Resurgence annual Summer Camp takes place from Thursday 30 July until Sunday 2 August 2015.

We hope you'll join us for this joyful weekend at Green and Away, near Worcester. The summer camp is an opportunity to be inspired, learn, discuss, explore ideas, recharge and rest in a 'small corner of paradise'.

Throughout the weekend there will be talks by Resurgence & Ecologist contributors, workshops, music, craft and performance, with time for networking, discussions, walks, or simply enjoying the beautiful site, nestled near a woodland and the river.

The gathering is a small, friendly camp with a maximum of 140 people. All food is provided (3 meals a day) - vegetarian, cooked on site using organic, local produce where possible and lovingly prepared by the Green and Away team.

Green and Away have created a unique outdoor conference facility - the perfect space to exchange ideas about sustainable living and solutions to our current crisis.

You can read more about Green and Away and their innovative site powered by the wind and sun here. If you'd prefer not to camp, Green and Away provide luxury accommodation in a selection of yurts and bell tents.

Programme outline for the weekend


Julian Rose, organic farmer and activist
Paul Mobbs, environmental consultant, author & lecturer
Matt Harvey, author and poet
Joe Hoare, laughter coach: awakening the laughing Buddha
Satish Kumar, Editor-in-Chief, Resurgence & Ecologist
Nicola Peel, Eyes of Gaia
Alex Nunn, Action for Happiness

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


Carolyn Hiller and Nigel Shaw
Open mic - share a poem, song, instrument or dance

Philip Ralph: The One Eyed Man
Miti Desai: Indian Dance

Weekend tickets, including all food: £160
You can book ticket online on the Resurgence website.
For enquiries, please call 01237 441293 or email us


The Resurgence summer camp 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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