Sunday, 11 September 2016

The Making of a National Park City

Will be here in a week or so's time with some students…
Sounds like it will be a great event with a variety of speakers and activities…


Find out more and be inspired at an evening of entertaining performances and provocative thinking.
This landmark event explores what a National Park City is, what this means for London, and how our capital can soon become the world's first.
Hosted by comedian Josie Long, speakers include designer Wayne Hemingway, campaigner Fiona Reynolds, firefighter Simon Jakeman, as well as the Bollywood Brass Band, artists and poets.
Come along and see how a simple idea can help transform one of the world's greatest cities.
Line-up includes:
Josie Long, comedian
Wayne Hemingway, designer
Dame Fiona Reynolds, campaigner
Andrew Simms, economist
Bollywood Brass Band, musicians
Judy Ling Wong, community activist
Beth Coller, psychotherapist
Simon Jakeman, firefighter
Laila Sumpton, poet
Rifat Batool, headteacher
Dr Tom Coffey, GP
Jasmine Kamal-Pasha, photographer
Mathew Frith, conservationist
Rachel Bradley, sustainability manager
Paul Hamblin, national parks director
Daniel Raven-Ellison, explorer
Charlton Manor Primary, bee keepers
Andy Mitchell, CEO
Charlotte Webster, artist
Chris Romer-Lee, director, Studio Octopi

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