Welcome to session 4 of the festival.
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Session 5 will be available from 13:00.
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Meet our enviromenstrual ambassador Yasmin Edwards. She has created an Eventbrite event for a ‘plastic free periods’ workshop for next Friday, July 3rd at 14:30.
“Being stuck inside has made me very angry and annoyed. I am annoyed at the government, the world, the people, myself. I have this burning feeling inside my chest. At the time of filming it was bad, I was unhappy. I made this dance film because it helped release my anger and I found a small amount of refuge. Sometimes I feel like a kite dancing in a thunderstorm and I don’t know what to do, then I just dance.” Lilia
Lilia – “Angst”
Rachel Yates who initiated Plastic Free Penzance talks to the DeTox team about how the work is progressing, how Covid 19 is impacting on people’s behaviour in relation to ‘Plastic Free’ and also gives us a few tips for the future.
Plastic Free Penzance
Kirsty Murray-Lambrou has been busy working with the Gardening Team since February which has been brilliant. She has qualifications in horticulture and her knowledge has been invaluable over the last few months. Here we can see a typical day for Kirsty as she sows seeds, plants and harvests.
Poly Tunnel Planting