- 100 poems to Save the Earth
Saturday, 10th July 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
1pm – 2pm, St Michael’s and All Angels Church Courtyard (outdoors/bad weather inside), £5
Discussion and readings from 100 Poems to Save the Earth, a landmark anthology presenting a positive and determined impulse to change for the better how human beings interact with the environment. The imaginative, questing poems reveal how we can no longer view Earth as a collection of resources to be exploited but must see it as the living web of connections and relationships that it is. ‘This compelling suite of poems is a timely reminder to cherish, to celebrate’ (Daljit Nagra).
Kristian Evans writes about ecological philosophies and has worked as an environmental activist for over a decade. Zoë Brigley has published three collections of poetry and a nonfiction essay collection.
The Parish Church of Ledbury, located at the top of Church Lane. The map marker (HR8 1DL) is the location of the photograph below if you use GPS. Church Lane is strictly pedestrian only. Short-term free street parking on High Street and The Homend (1 hour). Closest Pay and Display is St Katherines, off Bye Street. Cheaper long-stay parking at Bridge Street car park (£2 per day). More parking information on Herefordshire Council website.