Down to Earth in the media
We know the way we work is effective, so it’s great when the media help us demonstrate this. Take a look below at some of the highlights of Down to Earth on television. If you’d like to come and film at Down to Earth please do get in touch
The fifth leg of his journey takes Sean around Carmarthen Bay and the Gower Peninsula. His journey in south-west Wales takes in highlights from Pendine Sands to Worms Head.
School leavers Jodie, Alex and Jordan have all experienced bullying and struggle to fit in. In this film, they join an ambitious building project to create an eco-friendly building and, for the first time achieve something incredible bringing their lives back on track.
In this powerful documentary through the eyes of all three teens, we witness the extreme highs and extreme lows, as they are tested to their limits. Over a period of almost a year, we witness them come of age, as they overcome some of life’s hardest obstacles.
DTA Wales came to visit to look at our approach to education and personal development/well-being – an approach which not only supports people who are struggling to “fit in” to mainstream education or mainstream life, but which also embraces sustainability.
We were very excited to share our work and vision for Wales with the First Minister of Wales on 8th January 2020. Take a look at this video and hear the First Minister’s thoughts on our ground-breaking work.
Both of our sites generate their own electricity on a small scale using solar panels, so it was very cool to meet the Ecotricity team who are doing renewable energy on a much, much bigger scale! this is the film they made when they came to visit us.