CPRE Notts to attend Metanoia Climate Festival 2021

By Lewis Townsend
22nd September 2021

We’re really excited to share that we’ll have a stall at the upcoming Metanoia Climate Festival at St Wulfrum’s Church in Grantham – CPRE Nottinghamshire’s first outing in 2021!

The festival takes place from Friday 1 to Sunday 3rd October 2021, and we’ll be there on the Friday and Saturday to chat with visitors about CPRE’s work.

Without a doubt the main attraction of the festival is the stunning art installation called ‘Gaia’ by renowned UK artist Juke Jerram. From the event website: “Measuring seven metres in diameter and created from 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface the artwork provides the opportunity to see our planet, floating in three dimensions”

However, that’s not all – the festival is packed full of engaging, entertaining and challenging exhibits as well as music, workshops and practical ideas for those wanting to make changes to their own lifestyles for the good of the planet. The event is also perfect for those who are campaigning for changes in public policy.

We look forward to attending and meeting visitors interested in supporting our vision for a thriving countryside in Nottinghamshire. This vision shares many parallel’s with the stewardship role we all need to take in protecting our natural spaces – and we need your help to achieve that!

Find out more about this incredible event (including ticket info) here: https://www.stwulframs.org.uk/blog/64653

Photo: Kevin Gill, via Flickr. Creative Commons.