Festival of Thrift looks for feedback to help it grow
The organisers of this year’s Festival of Thrift are asking people to help the event to develop and grow.
Over 37,000 attended the award-winning event at Kirkleatham, near Redcar, over the weekend of 14-15 September and an online post event survey has now been launched to allow festival-goers to feedback about their visit.
A hugely popular festival that places art at its heart, the Festival of Thrift is a celebration of the joys of sustainable living.
The weekend offered a packed programme of performances, workshops and lively talks and debates on environmental and sustainability issues alongside food dishes and stalls from a range of independent producers and a wide array of upcycled, recycled and sustainable goods from small businesses from across the region.
Speaking after the event Festival of Thrift director, Stella Hall, said the weekend had been a huge success.
“It’s been another magnificent weekend where important messages about sustainability have been communicated with a light touch and a lot of fun. Visitors of every age from across the UK have come along and had a wonderful time at this national event that is now firmly rooted in Redcar.
“It’s been hugely enjoyable and we can’t wait to do it all again next year!”
To complete the Festival of Thrift’s post event survey visit https://bit.ly/2lSYLr2