Sing for Earth Day

Come and connect with one another and the earth through song and reflection. We will walk together, learn songs to sing with the trees and animals that we meet, share our responses to the climate emergency and support each other to go forth with active hope.

Saturday 23rd April, 2-5pm – followed by a shared meal in the grounds of St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh (please bring some veggie food to share).

Meet on the North Lawn at St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Palmerston Place, Edinburgh, EH12 5HW.

This event is a fundraiser for the Global Environments Network. GEN runs events designed to provide emerging environmental change makers from around the world with the support and tools they need to put their aspirations into practice.

Suggested minimal donation is £10. (£3 if unwaged or low waged.)

Places are limited – so please book early.

The event will be facilitated by Jane Lewis (songs) and Chris Booth (Work That Reconnects) – part of the A+E programme: an art and ecology project hosted at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral.

Note: Sing For Earth Day is a social and environmental justice creative based initiative, with groups and events to celebrate and mark Earth Day across the UK and beyond. We actively nurture regenerative and restorative practices by supporting the well being of people, other species and our planet. We aim to cultivate unity through song and movement and to strengthen community resilience. Drawing wisdom from The Work That Reconnects, we advocate for environmental movements, raise awareness of current Global and Local issues and raise funds for organisations who are making a positive difference.

photo: Jon Davey Photography

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