The Green Gathering

The Green Gathering

The Green Gathering took place in early August in Chepstow. An old school festival, the strap line was ‘Beyond Hedonism’, suggesting that it has come full circle and is looking to festival roots: no massive sponsors or huge headline acts to draw in punters. This...

Cyclists are doing it for themselves

In August 2013, Birmingham City Council started their Cycling Revolution – to make it easier and safer for people to cycle – with £24.3 million from grants and self-funding. As a keen cyclist, who has cycled all over the world yet finds her home town one...

Where does all the tinsel go?

Twelfth night has been and gone and probably so have all the piles of ripped wrapping paper, discarded cards and tinsel that has seen better days. For many, Christmas already seems like long time ago as we settle into the old routines and look forward to the next...

Volunteer Spotlight: Cath Palgrave

How long have you been volunteering with BFoE? Since about May last year. I popped in to get some leaflets for my class and ended up getting a lot more involved – not really sure how that happened! What do you do here? I’ve mostly been involved with the Citizen...