Revive with Change in Nature

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Fri 16Sep
Sun 18Sep

Resource Yourself To Take Meaningful Action In This Extraordinary Time

Facilitator: Natalie Fee & Guest Collaborators Jonathon Porritt & Katie Hodgetts

Come gather round dear friends, wherever you roam. Join us and other change-makers to rejuvenate in nature and explore how to make a meaningful contribution at this critical moment in time.

We are living through a time of profound disruption that is bringing both great loss and huge potential. Many of us are asking how we can meet the multiple crises we face in a way that generates the hope and renewal we desperately need for ourselves, our communities and our planet.

This weekend – with Natalie Fee and guest collaborators Jonathon Porritt and Katie Hodgetts – provides an opportunity to come together, resource ourselves and explore how we might navigate our way through this extraordinary time. The intention is to pause, breathe, gather our energies and revisit our personal sense of purpose and meaning. Together we will unwind, reflect, reconnect and revive.

Event time: Fri 16th Sep 2022 at 12:00pm - Sun 18th Sep 2022 at 3:00pm

“Extraordinary. The most powerful weekend of my life. I will look back and see it as a turning point.”


  • Explore how to grow your ability to make a meaningful contribution at this critical moment in
  • Pause, breathe, gather our energies and revisit our personal sense of purpose and meaning.
  • Leave walking more lightly and imagining worlds anew.


  • Be inspired by fresh ideas
  • Equip yourself with new tools for resilience in these times
  • Foster a supportive community to help you deepen the work you do
  • Connection to nature to regenerate and renew yourself


This is the impact of our transforming inclusion course in 2021…

  • 100% felt more inspired and creative
  • 100% felt better resourced to meet challenges at home and/or work
  • 94% felt revived and increased vitality
  • 94% felt clearer about their sense of purpose and meaning

What Our Participants Say

“Thank you so much for a beautifully held weekend. You gathered a really inspiring group in a perfect setting and I love that we explored such a range of ideas, sharings, processes and exercises in so short a time. I deeply appreciate all your hard work, openness and honesty.”


“I awoke this morning and smiled.”


“A precious time to stop and think, and reflect about the next steps in my transitioning organisation and my transitioning life. ”


“I will keep coming back to this place and community in my thoughts as a source of inspiration and humility. Thank you.”


“Not to be missed - and the busier you are, the more unmissable it is!”

— Jonathon, Revive Participant 2019


As Co-Founder and Director of Change in Nature, Andy supports people and organisations to make meaningful action in this pivotal time. He is a facilitator, coach, speaker, environmental campaigner and social entrepreneur with a wealth of experience leading people through transformation. As Executive Director of the Aldersgate Group for over seven years, he worked in the corridors of power with CEOs, Government Ministers and thought leaders to drive environmental change. As well as hosting talks, workshops and retreats in the UK on nature, purpose and leadership, he has run a 2 month programme with indigenous communities in Namibia and a 2 week retreat for a "nomadic classroom" in the wilds of Sweden. He has written for the Guardian and been interviewed on BBC Newsnight, The Sunday Times, BBC Radio 4, The Independent and Guardian Environment Podcast.


Natalie is an award-winning environmentalist, author, speaker and founder of City to Sea, a UK-based organisation running campaigns to stop plastic pollution at source. In 2019 Natalie won the Sunday Times Volvo Visionaries Award for her campaign work with City to Sea, and in 2018 she was listed as one of the UK’s ‘50 New Radicals’ by The Observer. She won the Sheila McKechnie Award for Environmental Justice in 2017 for City to Sea’s #SwitchtheStick campaign and is proud to have been named Bristol 24/7’s Woman of the Year for 2018. Natalie also sits on the Bristol Advisory Committee for Climate Change.


Jonathon Porritt, Co-Founder of Forum for the Future, is an eminent writer, broadcaster and commentator on sustainable development who has been described as "Britain's most influential green thinker". He was formerly Director of Friends of the Earth (1984-90); co-chair of the Green Party (1980-83) and Chairman of the UK Sustainable Development Commission. His books include The World We Made (Phaidon 2013) and Capitalism As If The World Matters (Earthscan, revised 2007). He has long been interested in the spiritual dimensions of the green movement.


Katie is a multi-faceted, highly skilled facilitator, youth campaigner and change maker. She founded the Resilience Project, age 24, after experiencing a burnout and seeing little support on offer. A Global Youth Awards finalist (2018) for services in empowerment, Katie has extensive youth campaigns experience, campaigning primarily with the UK Youth Climate Coalition weekly for 5 years in anti-fracking, system change and COP as a Co-director, campaigner, coordinator and wellbeing officer.