A trailer for the film will follow shortly with a programme of talks, interviews, screenings, downloads and much else.
We would like to thank the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, AONB, in Dorset, the National Lottery through Awards for All and Dorset Council (when it was WDDC) as well as everyone involved who gave their time to be interviewed and to participate with such generosity and helpfulness.
We would like to thank the Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation for all the support they have given to the Edible Garden project including currently enabling us to buy electrical equipment for the garden and the new orchard and hedges, mending the Cobb oven and with Daryl Chambers and his team who are building a tree house and peace garden for the school.
There are plans for events when safety allows and we will be letting everyone know more once the schools have opened. We hope to be able to celebrate Earth Day in October and the World Day of Human Rights with Bridport's Rights Respecting Town on December 10th.