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FILM: Six Inches of Soil

June 14 @ 19:00pm - 20:30pm

Pay what you can


You can still come to the pre screening event-

The FREE pre screening event is looking great so please come along  to SparC from 5.30pm after the Albert Howard plaque unveiling at the Town Hall.

Going Wild in Bishops Castle will be here with activities for all!

-drawing with charcoal

-soil compaction workshop (getting your hands dirty, seeing the difference in soil filtration when compacted)

-There will also be a Bokashi bin on display, and some compost worms for those brave enough to meet them!

Save The SpArC will have a plant stall

Also joining us with stalls will be: The Albert Howard Trust, The Seed Bank, Master Composters, Shropshire Good Food Partnership, Middle Marches Land Trust, Long Mynd Cider, Wilder Marches, Bishop’s Castle Allotments plus series of Short Talks and more!

Refreshments will be available.

The inspiring story of British farmers standing up against the industrial food system and transforming the way they produce food – to heal the soil, benefit our health and provide for local communities

The summary of soil and agriculture was incredible and to see these farmers doing what they’re doing is so inspiring, it’s made me optimistic,” Rachel Joseph, ORFC audience member. “An excellent film really put well together, told the journey, told the story.

Book a free place and pay what you can on the day

We are planning  to have an informal panel discussion after the screening about the challenges transitioning to organic and regenerative farming

The Theatre doors will be open for the film at 6.30pm after the short talks- seating will be first come first serve.  Film will begin at 7pm with a panel discussion after where we will welcome:

  • Clare Hill – Farmer, Clee Hill (Planton Farm)
  • James Evans – Farmer, Snead (Grass Roots Co)
  • Karen Hartnell-Beavis Havenhills Field and Kitchen
  • Jonathan Hartnell-Beavis – Havenhills Field and Kitchen
  • Moderated by Mark Tinsley – Roveries Hall, Bishops Castle

And a family friendly event before with information, activities, samples and ideas from 5.30pm.  More information to come but we are working with various local organisations

Shropshire Good Food Partnership, Bishop’s Castle Going Wild, Bishop’s castle seed Bank, Middle Marches Community Land Trust, Shropshire Hills National Landscape,


June 14
19:00pm - 20:30pm
Pay what you can
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SpArC Theatre
01588 630321 / 638038


Liz Still