• Brian McLaren Tour

  • Children on the lawn

  • Become a Greenbelt Angel

  • The Mount

  • Children on the lawn

  • Glade stage at night

  • Early morning mists

  • Jesus Arms at night

  • Den building

  • Rime

Tickets for 2015

Tiny Tea Tent at night - GB14 JW by Jonathon Watkins

Buy recorded talks

Alastair McIntosh by Ally Whitlock

Watch festival video

KV Lyrical by Andy Stonehouse

Flickr gallery

Girl sticking out her tongue by Ali Johnston

New and newsworthy

  • Ann Pettifor

    Just Money: How Catholic Social Teaching can Redeem Capitalism

    The think tank Theos has published its latest report today. Written by respected religious commentator Clifford Longley, it asks whether we really can just go on with business as usual.

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  • Travelling Light film still

    Travelling Light film

    One month on from our first festival at Boughton House, we’re excited to release a specially commissioned film visualisation of the poem Pádraig Ó Tuama wrote for us this year.

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  • Brian McLaren at GB14

    Laughter lines

    When I think of Brian McLaren, I picture his laughter lines, and a face that speaks of love and welcome.

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  • Campsite eye

    Thanks to Pure Solutions

    Making a festival is a team endeavour. We often talk about our wonderful volunteers (we can’t talk about them enough, to be honest!), but we rarely if ever talk about our key paid contractors – our site management and production company, Pure Solutions.

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  • Blog from the Chair

    Moving house. Some thoughts from the Chair.

    Moving house, moving site – any move – can be tricky. You make plans, map out the space and decide where the furniture goes. It’s only when you’ve moved in and you’ve lived with it for a while, do you get an idea of what really works. So, this was the year of the move. Of stepping off, jumping in, setting things up and trying things out at Boughton.

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  • Stanley Odd

    Say hello. Wave goodbye?

    Although based in England, Greenbelt has enjoyed long and important links with Scotland – its artists and thinkers, its theologians and its spirituality. And that’s why the up-coming Scottish Independence Referendum is just as much a matter for those of us south of the border as those north of it.

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