With Christmas just a few weeks away, Pebble Festive will help the ethically conscious get into the festive spirit. The eco festival, organised by Pebble magazine is a fantastic opportunity to meet a friendly community that strives to make a difference while browsing a conscious Christmas market of 30+ ethical brands.
Pebble Festive also gives you a chance to be inspired by community activism, positive advertising and the power of imagination. On the day you can attend inspiring free talks as well as learn new making and mending skills with free hands-on workshops.
Some of Pebble Festive’s highlights include:
- How to make it a leftover Christmas – where zero waste chef and Too Goo To Go’s CEO Jamie Crummie will explain how to reduce food waste this Christmas.
- Freedom Brewery beer tasting – learn the ins and outs of sustainable brewing while enjoying a sip of the finest vegan and organic beers .
- How we can harness the power of our imagination to solve some of our biggest climate problems, during an interactive conversation with Transition Towns founder Rob Hopkins and Pebble’s editor Georgina Wilson-Powell.
- A zero waste Christmas decorations workshop with Every Origin
- Learn how to make festive tipples with Abel & Cole’s recipe writer Jassy Davis author of Gin Made Me Do It.
Just a day after the Black Friday shopping madness, Pebble Festive is not only a great opportunity to support local brands on Shop Local Day and but also to find the inspiration to help make 2020 the year of #EverydayActivism.
As consumers we have the power to change things for the better by choosing to buy ethical products from companies that make a positive contribution to the environment and society. Let’s make every pound we spend matter! Let’s learn how to make simple and sustainable changes to our every day lives to make a difference!
Pebble Festive takes place on November 30th (11am to 5:30pm) at Flat Iron Square, Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU.
General admission £7.50 + VAT + BF (Under 12s free)
10% of ALL tickets goes to the Marine Conservation Society.