One Earth Festival 2019
We are three mothers from Bristol who teach Yoga, raise our children and have a deep connection with the Earth.
Following the death of Polly Higgins, the inspiring visionary, Lawyer and Earth Protector we felt compelled to action to honour and champion the legacy she left working at the organisation she founded, STOP ECOCIDE CHANGE THE LAW.
Our objective is to honour our Earth and the work of Polly, raising money by offering a day of creativity, connection and wellbeing for all generations. All profits from the event will go solely to the organisation STOP ECOCIDE CHANGE THE LAW.
All efforts will be made to minimise the carbon footprint of the event through locally sourced sustainable vegan catering and sustainable transport options.)
There will be Yoga, meditation, music, a forest school, kids games and workshops, tea and cake, sacred singing, a clothes swap, talks on ecology, activism and green living. You will have access to healing therapies, a herb walk and a variety of workshops to help you manage your energies in a chaotic world.
There will be a variety of art, kindly donated by local artists available for purchase on the day. All profits on these sales will go the STOP ECOCIDE CHANGE THE LAW
Kabala Kitchen will be offering 100% vegan innovative & healthy twists on comfort food classics. Their business places a strong emphasis on sustainability and they seek out local suppliers and seasonal ingredients. They have kindly agreed to offer 10% of all turn over to the organisation STOP ECOCIDE CHANGE THE LAW. Kabala Kitchen encourage you to bring your own plates, bowls and cutlery!!
There will also be a tea tent with lots and lots of delicious, donated, handmade cakes for sale.
Location & Transport
There is no parking on site please aim to use public transport to get to us.
We are 3.5 miles from Bristol Parkway Train station and there is bus stop (The Swan Inn, Winterbourne) right outside Crossley Farm.
Crossley Farm (View)
Winterbourne BS36 1RH