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The team

Lucy Smith


Community Collaborator Lucy has worked as the green initiatives coordinator at Glastonbury Festivals for the past 8 years. Working together with partner charities. environmental agencies and ecological businesses to develop sustainable initiatives and campaigns to help reduce the festivals impact on the environment and divert waste materials from landfill. Lucy is very keen to use the extensive knowledge she has gained from working in a temporary city environment and implement these ideas into a permanent town for permanent change.

 Mandy Briggs  
Project co-ordinator & administration - Mandy brings with her the experience of coordinating the production of the media area at Glastonbury Festival and working with environmental charities and university students to promote green initiatives through film and art. 
Danna Alamay

Dana is a highly experienced PR and marketing strategist and community networking consultant.  Dana is the CEO of Positive TV an online Positive News channel  www.positivetv.tv and a consultant for Emergent communications that specialises in start-up companies, social enterprises, ecological initiatives and campaigns.. Her most recent projects are developing and launching a crowdfunding campaign for The Red Brick building.  Danna will be managing our community relations and environmental campaigns 

Casey Purkiss

Casey has over 10 years of experience in PR and communications across the travel, arts and not-for-profit sectors. After starting her career in PR in London for a number of high profile health charities, she worked in the press office at Glastonbury Festival for the past five years where she met Mandy and Lucy.  Casey has been doing PR for California tourist boards and since her return to the UK earlier this year, she has been providing freelance PR and communications consultancy to charities and organisations that have a social impact. 



Fiona Campbell
Fiona is an artist who works with a range of materials – mainly found and reclaimed - such as metals, glass, wax, wood, paper, fabric and plastic.  Her work crosses boundaries between sculpture, drawing and installation.
My work is primarily hand-made using labour-intensive building processes such as wrapping, weaving and layering - forms of 3d mark-making.  I am exploring connections between line and energy, weaving drawings in space.  Environmental concerns are important to me.  My use of discarded materials relates to the issue of waste, utilising and giving them a new life.  It belongs to a wider subject of our relationship with matter, nature, and ourselves."
In addition to her art practice, Fiona runs community art projects and teaches art.
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