Friday, March 25, 2016

Greenbelt Festival - the Festival not to miss.

We’d love it if you found time to chat about Greenbelt, too. Maybe hatch plans to join us at Boughton House for August Bank Holiday weekend.
If you do, we'd encourage you to book your tickets this Easter, while they are most discounted. Here are some of the deals on offer ('til March 31):
  • An 18-25 YEAR-OLD ticket is ONLY £75
  • CHILD and YOUTH tickets are JUST £50
  • An ADULT SAVES £20 on their weekend ticket
  • 1st-TIME COMMUNITY LEADER ticket is ONLY £50

An Easter-time thought

Greenbelt trustee Martin Wroe gave a Holy Week Thought for the Day last Saturday on an alternative way of living in time. Listen again here.

Trust Greenbelt

Thanks to your generosity, we are pleased to announce that Trust Greenbelt has awarded £80,000 of grants to projects embodying Greenbelt’s three-stranded DNA – arts, faith and justice – this Easter.

It's good to be social

We're using FacebookTwitter and Instagram a lot more this year. Please help us by liking, sharing, retweeting, and commenting. We're appealing for your old pics of the Tiny Tea Tent at Greenbelt. The one above is 21 years old. Have you got an older one?

Our Kate on the telly

See Greenbelt Trustee Kate Bottley exploring the story of Judas and asking if he can ever be forgiven. In the Footsteps of Judas airs at 9am, Good Friday on BBC1.

Dig deeper into our lineup

When our new website goes live (this Easter!), you'll be able browse this year's emerging lineup in detail. With info on each artist, activist and thinker, you'll also be able to filter by genre. With much more still to announce, we're excited about the way the bill is shaping up!

Check out our new website

We're launching our brand new website this Easter and we'd love you to have a browse. Let us know what you think. We'll be developing it over the coming months.

"We are honoured to be a force of attraction for positive and creative minds during these often-corrupt times. With your trust and support, we humbly accept this role and speak our prayers of intention to take direct action … "
Nahko and Medicine for the People
Our Sunday Night Headliners