The Landscapes of Faith Festival runs every day through June 2021 in South Wales.Discover the festival routes, explorations dates and celebrations here:
Festival news – https://www.landscapesoffaith.org/landscapes-of-faith-festival/
Our hills, valleys and coastal plains are teeming with a rich heritage of faith, yet many of the stories, heritage, sites and legends have been lost or hidden.
The Landscapes of Faith Festival is a community treasure hunt to celebrate our world faith traditions in Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Paganism and the prehistoric sites in South Wales.
All the activity will be Covid-19 safe.
We’ll come to you to discover the treasure with you, in your area or community. We’re happy to come on walks, hold conversations, take part in concerts, drop-in sessions, attend schools and events.
We’d love you to get involved! Suggest places to explore, stories untold, people forgotten…
The project is run by the cultural facilitation comapny Coleridge in Wales Ltd. The organisation was founded by the singer Richard Parry and they have a lot of experience in organising community led events and projects in Wales including the 80 day Coleridge in Wales Festival in 2016 and producing the opening show Carnifal y Môr for the National Eisteddfod’s visit to Cardiff in 2018. http://www.worldclassfacilitation.org
Contact us at: [email protected]
GET INVOLVED IN THE FESTIVAL
What are the treasures in the landscape of faith near you?
The festival this June is a community treasure hunt. Let us know about the stories, people and heritage in your area, and we’ll come to discuss, explore and celebrate it with you.
We are launching a new website for international visitors and local communities so that everyone can explore and enjoy the amazing and diverse landscapes of faith in South Wales.
We’re inviting you as individuals, communities, groups, schools, villages, organisations and Local Authorities to get involved and join the treasure hunt.
Coleridge in Wales Ltd are in partnership on this project with the Diocese of Llandaff
This project has received funding via the Tourism Product Innovation Fund (TPIF) and supported through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and the Welsh Government, the Fund aims to encourage new innovative product ideas working in partnership which will have a greater impact and attract more visitors.