Into the Wild Festival news: Improving children’s access to nature starts with addressing inequality

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Improving children’s access to nature starts with addressing inequality

Barriers to outside play particularly affect children from low income and BAME households. Can education help?

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A. Wesley Chung, one of our supremely talented Play EOTR 2018 winners, recorded this beautiful session on our Piano Stage with The Line Of Best Fit at this year’s festival.

If you fancy doing something similar next summer, applications for this year’s competition are open now at bit.ly/PLAYEOTR2019.A Wesley Chung performs "Somewhere" (West Side Story / Bernstein & Sondheim) in a secret show at End of the Road Festival for The Line of Best Fit. Discover ...
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🌱 Hats off to #EOTR2018 headliner St. Vincent upon her nomination for not one, but two Grammy awards: Best Rock Song and Best Alternative Album. 👏

📸 Burak Cingi
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🌱 Hats off to #EOTR2018 headliner St. Vincent upon her nomination for not one, but two Grammy awards: Best Rock Song and Best Alternative Album. 👏

📸 Burak Cingi

 

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*coughs* Three xx

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