Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Remaining Events for 2011

2011 has been a busy year for us at Sorazora. Spanning the weekends from the last of May until the end of September we will have exhibited at a broad range of events, festivals and shows. 17 events has been the most for us in any season by far and a great way of meeting customers from all walks of life and a massive learning experience of the general public's awareness of environmental issues. With just two events remaining for this year, we are already busy designing and planning for 2012. The remaining events are listed below.

The Royal Berkshire County Show
17th - 18th September

Berkshire's Newbury Showground will again be the setting for this weekend's show which promises to be packed full activities and entertainment. This will be our first time at the show, but fourth time to be exhibiting at a County show through EcoVillage.

EcoVillage was set up to provide green and ethical organisations a distinct area within big events that allows us to promote environmental issues to larger audiences. More information about EcoVillage can be found through the following link.

One particular attraction at this year's show that is of great interest to us is the Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas. The band was formed in 1859 as part of an Indian Army Gurkha regiment, but now based in Folkstone. For more information about this band, please follow this link, Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas

Out Of The Ordinary Festival
23th - 25th September

Out Of The Ordinary is a three day celebration held over the autumn equinox in the countryside between Brighton and Eastbourne. This will be our third year to join all the people at OOTO for this eco friendly family festival.

Aside from musical entertainment, OOTO offers a wide range of talks and workshops, from bushcraft to circus skills. All packed into a friendly and intimate setting, it will be our last event of the season and a good chance to meet friends and relax. Naturally, we will be explaining the benefits of natural dyes and natural fibres and perhaps demonstrating some traditional craft skills.
For further information regarding this festival please follow the following link,