You are invited to the Land & Freedom Gathering which is taking place at
Runnymede Eco-Village, near Englefield Green, Surrey on Saturday 24th
November. All ages are welcome.
A full schedule of the days event can be seen below.
For directions, transport information and a map please visit:
Schedule for the Land & Freedom Gathering.
Hot drinks will be available. Please bring food and refreshments if you can.
12-4 p.m workshops.
-Spoon Carving & Green Wood-working. Julian.
-Clay Sculpture- Stephen Vince.
-Make your own waterproofing naturally- Phillipa Auton.
-Introduction to Permaculture- Andy B + Matyas.
4-6 p.m Talks in the Geodome.
up to 20 minutes each + questions + discussion.
-’Why land rights are civil rights’: Kevin Cahill author of Who Owns Britain.
-’The radical history of Egham + Diggers’: Prof Justin Champion Royal Holloway
-’Planning law, land and livelihoods’: Mike Hannis, The Land Magazine.
-’Internet livestream feed from Ghana’: Mawukofi, Communities of Resistance,
6.30-7.30 p.m spoken word & music jam.
7.45-9.00 p.m bike powered cinema
About Runnymede Eco-village:
Runnymede Eco-village is home to a group of people attempting to live in a low
impact sustainable community established on Friday 15th June. It is located on
the disused land of the former Brunel University Runnymede Campus which has
remained vacant since being purchased by property developers 7 years ago.
Since being on the land, we have built low impact structures, dug a well and
set up renewable energy production systems.
For more info on the project, please visit: http://www.diggers2012.wordpress.com