PCN Britain is going to Greenbelt
You’ll find us in the G-Source tent everyday throughout the festival
- Start Date:
- Saturday 2nd March 2024
- Start Time:
- Cheltenham Racecourse
- Andy Vivian
- 01594 516528
Greenbelt is a four day festival over the August bank holiday which attracts over 20,000 people each year. It is 37 years old and is based at Cheltenham racecourse.
Greenbelt is about a lot more than the music. The programme includes talks, worship and seminars all of which bring into focus a range of religious, spiritual, social and environmental standpoints.
The festival is rooted in Christianity – interpreted in an open and inclusive way. Last year Bishop Gene Robinson’s talks attracted some of the largest crowds and were received with standing ovations. PCN Britain has a natural place here. Greenbelt provides a chance for PCN to raise its profile with a younger, family audience. Since this is our first year, we have simply taken a stall where we can welcome festival-goers and explain why we exist. We will be in the G-Source tent which is the largest tent on the site. It has a café at one end and a small stage at the other and lots of organisations exhibiting in between.
In the G-Source tent we will be alongside other progressive Christian groups such as the Modern Churchpeople’s Union, the Student Christian Movement and Spirited Exchanges. If you were thinking of going to Greenbelt and would like to help staff our stall, please get in touch with PCN’s Admin Assistant, Andy Vivian, firstname.lastname@example.org . Information about Greenbelt itself is available at http://www.greenbelt.org.uk/festival/