Wild At Home
29 – 30 August 2020 – Wherever you are
We’ve were genuinely bowled over (and thrilled) at the response to our virtual festival, as thousands of you snapped up passes for the weekend.
If you missed out you can buy a pass that will give you all of September to watch each streamed show and every talk. So don’t worry, that’s 17 hours of great content to keep us ‘together in electric streams’.
How to get setup on the platform
(for pass holders)
Go to www.greenbelt.tv and login using the same email and password you used over the festival weekend.
(for catch up pass buyers)
After buying your pass you will receive a confirmation email from Stream7 (please allow up to 24 hours) with your username and password. You can then head straight to www.greenbelt.tv to login, take a virtual stroll around the Greenbelt TV Wild At Home platform and enjoy the Canopy and Pagoda main session content from the day.
We strongly recommend using Google Chrome as your browser for logging in, as well as for the best festival experience over the weekend. If you don’t have Chrome already installed, you can download it here. It’ll only take you a minute or two.
Summer of #WildAtHome
As you know, we couldn’t come together this summer at beautiful Boughton House for our annual shot-in-the-arm of revolution and revelry, dance and devotion, ideas and inspiration, prayer and protest. So we thought we’d come to you.
We called it Wild at Home, and our hope and prayer is that the online content we ‘ve produced this fallow summer has captured some of that same spirit of hopefulness, acceptance, inclusion, provocation and, yes, love, that so many thousands of us have experienced at the festival over the years. Less locking down, more opening up.
Mental health support
If you are in need of immediate support you can call the Samaritans free, 24hrs a day, on 116 123.
They also have other ways you can contact them, explained on their website https://www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help/contact-samaritan/
If you would like more general support and guidance about mental health, there are lots of resources and advice here: https://www.mind.org.uk/