Friday, 21 August 2015

Small and beautiful reminder

From the Centre for Alternative Technology:

You are invited to spend two hands-on days in the beautiful Welsh hills at CAT with the Small is Beautiful festival. This is the first year we have hosted the festival and we couldn't be more excited about it as it fits so well with our ethos. Exploring positive responses to our shared future through low carbon technology, social justice and the arts, Small is Beautiful has a great programme of workshops, talks, debates, art installations and music... 

You can talk dirt with the Soil Association, feel the wind beneath your sails whilst carving a turbine blade, learn to build a straw bale house that won’t get blown down, find out why shit matters when it comes to biogas, get beneath the surface with Hydrologists Without Borders, celebrate 50 years of Practical Action, laugh at top comedians Josie Long and Rob Newman, draw wisdom from Dr. Jane Davidson, Andrew Simms and Aubrey Meyer, listen to folk star Sam Lee, dance to a monster ceilidh and learn the Ukulele. And that’s not the half of it!

Keep up to date with the full programme on the Small is Beautiful website and Facebook page.

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