Festival will include info and stalls, a drumming ceremony, walled garden tours and a Fairtrade Group cafe, as well as the World Peace Flag Ceremony featuring Allanton Peace Choir and live music with the Red Kite Band.

The 10th annual TEESNet conference will explore the theme of quality in relation to Education for Sustainable Development / Global Citizenship Education in teacher education, what this means in divergent local, national and global contexts and opportunities for the holistic vision presented by the SDGs.

The aim of the conference is to enhance the practice of those working within Learning for Sustainability across all forms of education - in both formal and non formal - in gaining ideas, sharing good practice and making connections. The programme includes speakers, practical workshops, sharing good practice and reflection, covering the key themes of Learning for Sustainability: Sustainable Development Education, Global Citizenship and Outdoor Learning.

Booking is now open for Youth Link Scotland's free Recognising & Realising Children’s Rights toolkit training!