We are all very excited at Small Steps HQ because this year, not one...not even two but ALL of the Small Steps documentaries will be screened at the biggest festival in the UK.
Glastonbury is making a comeback after a fallow year in 2012 and will stage some huge acts such as The Rolling Stones, Artic Monkeys and Mumford and Sons. We will, of course, be asking all the celebrities performing at the festival to donate their shoes. Ronnie Wood from The Rolling Stones have already confirmed he will donate the shoes he performs in this year so that's a good start to shoe chasing season and we are hoping that the rest of the Stones will follow in his steps!
We'll also be featuring on Glastonbury's very own radio station Worthy FM so listen out for us!
Critical Waste manage Glastonbury's Festival Recycling, amongst other and already donate 10% of their revenue from recycling to Small Steps Project each year. This year, not only will they be donating money, they are also donating thousands of pairs of wellington boots and gloves for our next project. And they will even be driving the convoy to deliver them so we can distribute them on the dumps of Romania later in the year! Please watch their film to find out more about what they do and check them out on Facebook and Twitter.
We also have volunteer tickets for the sold out festival! If you would like to volunteer for Small Steps as a litter picker, for just one weekend, you will get a ticket to the sold out Festival and back stage camping.
Small Steps & Glastonbury ask all volunteer litter pickers to donate a percentage of your ticket cost back to the charity- we reccomend a minium of £50. But you can donate your entire ticket cost. If everyone did that it would make over £10,000 for children that have to litter pick every day of their lives!