The Green Gathering relies on the help of key individuals, organisations and businesses who support our cause.
We work with partners and accept support selectively, ensuring everyone we work with aligns with our ethos. As a result, you can be sure everyone on this page is trying to make the world a better place!
Hire or buy geodesic dome marquees, easy to erect and ideal for festivals, weddings and creative events.
Composting loos, changing the world from the bottom up with the most effective and practical system for events.
A home grown, grassroots, family run business aiming to inspire and educate about renewable energy and sustainable living.
Premium vegan gelato with a wide variety of flavours, served up in a vintage caravan and/or classic Transit.
Printing, painting, dyeing and making - Joy created the incredible artwork for our 2022 tees and 2023 posters.
Print and digital magazine about family life. Inspiring, nurturing content to support you on your parenting journey.
Helping families experience the joys of festivals with children, especially if you've never done it before!
An occasional magazine covering issues relating to land rights, rural life, agriculture, sustainable development and access.
Sharing ideas on an innovative framework for creating sustainable ways of living.
Labour Behind the Label
A campaign to improve conditions and empower workers in the global garment industry - we've worked with LBL to promote their cause, and they shout about what we do too!
The Green Gathering charity was set up with the intention to take forward the spirit of the old Big Green Gathering, while providing a new model for working collaboratively to host educational, sustainable events and to address social and environmental issues which demand our attention with increasing urgency.
The charity commissions the annual Green Gathering festival which is delivered on behalf of the charity by its trading arm – Optimistic Trout Productions, a Community Interest Company (CIC).
The charity uses any financial surplus generated by the event to further its wider educational and environmental objectives, for example by seeding other events and funding educational activities at and outside of the Gathering.
Charity projects have included the Crock n Rock crockery hire service, Clean Stream educational recycling depot, autism-friendly Serenpod safe space, biodiversity study of the festival site, and free craft workshops for all ages.
Like what we do? Want to contribute to making the magic happen? If you're a creator, small business, individual or organisation which believes in making the world a better place through low-impact living and ethical standards for trading, you'd probably enjoy working with us! Get involved by emailing email@example.com