Welcome to the 24th New Mills One World Festival, the High Peak’s free community festival about peace, diversity, world development and the environment.
Meet campaigns, community groups and other not-for-profit organisations working towards a fairer, more sustainable world. Stalls include; High Peak Community Arts, Transition Buxton, New Mills Women’s Group, Revival Church, Glossopdale Furniture Project and many more. Please take some time to visit them and find out about their work.
Our theme is “Earth Matters” our speakers will explore this theme on stage at 2.45pm.
Sustainable Hayfield will be talking about their exciting local activities.
The Green Party will be talking about the national fracking issues.
Greenpeace are speaking about international issues such as Arctic change.
High Peak Community Arts will have their yurt up again, inviting everyone to bring their cast-off drinks bottles, sweety wrapper and anything else lost and found to convert into a One World work of art! Workshop with Nicky Ward. We would like to thank them for their continued support.
Listen to Beachcombers on the main stage, or dance along with Fosbrooks. Stockport Ukulele Players are also coming on the Folk Train (departing Piccadilly at 12.49 pm) to join our fantastic lineup of local bands.
Catering is provided by the One World Festival tea stall down by the Hall (proceeds to the festival), Ayubowan – Sri Lankan vegetarian food, Pulse Café, Moocher, High Peak Ice Cream and Mettrick’s, Glossop.
This year's One World Festival will take place at High Lea Park, St Mary's Road, New Mills on 5 July, 12:00 - 18:00