3 April 2017
Penwith Green Fair returns to St John’s Hall Penzance this year, with a wider variety of stall-holders than ever before.
Over 20 community groups, green businesses and environmental organisations will be taking part in this year’s event, which will take place on Easter Saturday (15th April) between 10am and 2.30pm.
Information and ideas will be available on a number of topics, including the refugee crisis, human rights and the burgeoning vegan movement. There will also be plenty of opportunity to buy cakes, plants and other goods.
Among this year’s new exhibitors will be Redwing Arts and Friends of Golowan, bringing a new community arts dimension to the event.
The Green Fair, which has been held in Penzance every Easter for over 30 years, brings together in one place most of the local organisations which seek to put green ideas into action. Jonathan How, one of the event’s organisers, said: “The Green Fair gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy and celebrate the ideas and businesses that can make a real difference to people’s lives in West Cornwall”.
“It is a great event to find out more about what’s going on across Penwith, and we hope it will inspire people to get involved,” continued Jonathan, “and demonstrates how much more we can do if we work together for the common good”.
Want more details? Please contact Linda Camidge, Green Fair 2017 Organiser and Press Officer for West Cornwall Green Party, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01736 365429