The Greenbelt Takeaway
Our exhibition space at the Festival, right in the heart of the Festival Village. This page contains all the information you need to know about exhibiting, and will enable you to make the most of...
Creative DirectorPaul has variously been a professional musician in a touring band; a pioneer church worker; a theology research student; a copywriter; a local rep for Greenbelt when it moved to...
Managing Director Having trained as a model maker Derek spent 12 years making all kinds of things. Then as one of the founders of contour886 in 2003 he made a business of making things – and...
Our mission is to create spaces, like festivals, where art, faith and justice collide.
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As a registered charity, Greenbelt depends on the generosity of people's giving to grow and develop. Things are precarious for the festivals, arts and events sectors right now – as for so many...
Greenbelt Festivals The Nest Church House 86 Tavistock Place London WC1H 9RT Telephone: 0207 329 0038 Registered charity: 289372
Here you'll find everything you need to know about staying at Greenbelt Festival. Camping space is freely available for everyone with a weekend ticket (or two consecutive day tickets). Or...
Here's where the Greenbelt story continues to unfold. Post by post we'll bring you the latest on what we – and those organisations we're in partnership with – are up to.
Who we are
As well as partners and associates, trustees and staff, we also have 900 Volunteers! Organised into 80 volunteer teams. Too many mention by name here. All Silent Stars.
At Christian Aid we have a vision: an end to poverty. We work for and with people of all faiths and none, as well as with churches and other organisations, to promote sustainable development,...
From Sunday night headliners Nahko and Medicine for the People to the avant garde vaudeville of Bourgeois and Maurice and from radical economist Paul Mason to comedian and activist Josie Long through...