PROGRAMME FOR ALTON ECO-FAIR SUNDAY 11 JULY 10 – 4

LOTS TO SEE, LOTS TO HEAR, LOTS TO DO!

10-year-old Frankie Morland will tell us in song that tomorrow must be different

SOS from the Kids were semi-finalists in Britain’s Got Talent

6-year-old Valentina will tell us why she delivered a poster to every house in her road

Alton’s first Eco-Fair in the Public Gardens on 11 July will be an unmissable, inspiring event!

Students from Eggars and Amery Hill Schools will tell us about their hopes and fears for the future.

Lucy Jones will talk about her work, including her book, “Losing Eden – Why our Minds Need the Wild”.

A feature on the work of Gilbert White, the first ecologist and climate scientist, celebrating his 301st birthday.

The Lurxx and the Band with No Name will entertain us and invite us to join them to “Sing Loud for the Climate“.

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

Over 20 stalls, including 5 national wildlife charities, local groups and eco-friendly businesses.

Art, sculpture from waste, ideas and inspiration in the marquee

A re-use area under the awning featuring local action groups and recycled and upcycled goods

Refreshments including vegan burgers. Or bring a picnic.

A children’s trail…. and more …

A children’ trail.

Covid-19 Information and Guidance

The Eco-Fair is an outdoor event. The bandstand, marquee and awning have open sides.

Please observe all current Covid-19 Government guidelines and restrictions when attending the Eco-Fair including “hands, face, space, fresh air”.

Please stay home if you/a member of your household have Covid-19 symptoms or have been asked to isolate.