English Pastoral – James Rebanks Event
St George’s Church, Nailsworth
Friday 6th November 2020 – 7:30PM
James Rebanks’ new book ‘English Pastoral’ has helped redefine our ideas about what we eat, who we are, and how we should live our lives. Both personal and polemical, James is first and foremost a farmer, but he brings to bear insights from many different perspectives.
Against the grain, ‘English Pastoral’ is an optimist book, written by a pragmatic man with a lot to say.
James is being interviewed by Benedict Macdonald (author of ‘Rebirding’ and ‘Orchard’).
Doors Open at 6:30PM
Starts at 7:30PM
Tickets: Tickets £10 per person
Concessions (unwaged/pension/under 16) £7.50
Tickets can be purchased from the below link
St George’s Church, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0BP
|Whilst we are following all the appropriate safety protocols, and will make every attempt to ensure that this event goes ahead, the COVID-19 situation may change our plans at very short notice. Please bear with us should any changes be necessary.|
Customers will need to wear masks throughout, and sanitise their hands on entry to the venue. Please allow plenty of time to come in and be seated on the evening (doors open at 6.30pm). Customers will be seated by the wardens according to social distancing requirements, and to maximise the comfort and safety of everyone. There will be no refreshments available.
Seating is unallocated, but households/bubbles should remain together, and ensure 2m between themselves and the next group. Please arrive in plenty of time as latecomers will not be admitted. Face masks must be worn, and hands sanitised on entry to the venue.
James is happy to sign books after the event, but these must be bought on the evening (or left with us at least three days beforehand).