Monday 19 February 2018


Super earlybird tickets on sale for Seed Festival

The third Seed Festival will be planting big ideas at Hawkwood College this July, and super earlybird tickets are now on sale from £69.

Ecology and arts event, Seed Festival, is set to return to Hawkwood College from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 July 2017, with super earlybird tickets now available.

The discount tickets will be on sale until Friday 21 April 2017, and start from £69 per person, offering a great saving on regular tickets which go up to £150.

Back for its third year, Seed Festival’s three-day programme is packed with insightful talks, workshops, film and family fun, taking place within a Cotswold setting.

Highlights for 2017 include a series of engaging talks, with the impressive line-up including Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas; BBC Tribe's Bruce Parry; Soil Association’s Helen Browning; and Friends of the Earth CEO Craig Bennett, along with a host of other names.

Other attractions include live music entertainment, films, a dedicated FemmeQ pop-up summit; and much more, with the discount tickets a sure steal for locals planning their visit this July.

For more information see Seed Festival at Hawkwood College, call (01453) 759034, or visit hawkwoodcollege.co.uk directly.

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Thursday 09 March 2017

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