Sunday 11 July 2021 10am – 4pm Castle Square
Inspiring projects & activities
- Stalls selling sustainable goods, food and drink
- Live music
- Ethical fashion
- Soap box – have your say
- Electric bikes and cargo bike
- Green tour of Ludlow (starts 2pm – meet at Ludlow 21 stall)
- Support for eco-anxiety:
Climate Psychology Alliance offers a safe place to explore and discuss thoughts, feelings, and anxieties about the climate crisis. Visit the Climate Psychology Alliance stall, or pre-register for the Climate Café workshop, 1:30 – 3:00 pm – email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Democracy Tent:
10:10-10:50 How to Run a Local Campaign – Lessons from ‘Save the Meadow’ campaign, Tish Dockerty
11:00-11:50 Neighbourhood Democracy – Exploring ‘real’ local democracy, Dr Simon Duffy
12:00-1:20 People’s Assembly – ‘How can we respond to the climate and ecological crisis?’ Kristina Jamieson
1:30-2:20 Community Energy Projects – Gordon Coppock answers your questions about community energy projects
2:30-3:20 Activism: Democracy dies without protest! Angie Zelter
Ludlow 21 is a local voluntary group established in 1998 to promote sustainable living in the Ludlow area within a fair and just global society. We are an independent body with no political or council ties.
We are the principal independent voice for local sustainability, with very active groups that focus on fair-trade, recycling, transport, education, food & farming, swifts and more – not least organising the Green Festival!
Visit our stall to find out more.
Please note that Wigley’s Field Allotments will not be open as part of the Green Festival this year.