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Walk and Film : Of Walking on Thin Ice
June 3 @ 12:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Expanded cinema experience!
Join us for a walk along the canal meeting midday at Attenborough.
You can take part in the whole walk or any section of it, meet up with us at any of the rest stops.
6.6 miles walk along the Trent River & Beeston Canal
The walk will include
- Camino mission statement
- Sections of silent walking
- Conversation and awareness of nature along the route
There will be three Rest stops along the way: (30 minutes each)
MEET at Attenborough Nature Reserve Cafe – 12 noon
Rest stops and places people can join…
Approx 1.20pm – 1.50 pm
Navigation Inn (Castle Lock)
Approx 3.30 pm – 4.00 pm
Tiger Community Cafe on Lister Gate (next to H&M)
Approx 4.20 pm
Food and Drinks available to buy
Depart Tiger Community Cafe
5.00pm walk to Broadway Cinema
Join this WhatsApp chat for the walk if you want to ask questions or get updates on the route and the details
Film showing at 6pm prompt at Broadway Buy Tickets here
Involving people from Nottingham, the Camino to COP26 was a people’s walk carrying a message of love, hope, grief, fear, and connection with the natural world to leaders deciding on the future of our climate. Director Ben Wigley walked with the group, filming their experiences on ‘his hand-cranked 16mm camera’ and capturing the sense of pilgrimage on this emotional and purposeful journey.
More than a thousand walkers, aged from 8 to 80 plus, joined the Camino for a few hours, a day or more, with a core group of about thirty completing the entire route to Glasgow.
Please note, this film features flashing lights and loud drums.
Screening as part of Green Hustle Festival, a celebration of life, nature, community action and creativity.
The film screening is on Saturday 3rd June
‘Pay as you feel’ £2 – £8
Buy tickets for the film here
The film has screened widely in cinemas, museums, festivals and community centres across the UK, (with around 60 screenings planned this year ) and will screen in Nottingham as part of Green Hustle Festival, a celebration of life, nature, community action and creativity.