Campfire Beacons

Building resources and templates of experience about Campfire Beacons, designed to connect up local Campfire groups globally. What they are. How to start one. How to best facilitate and get results. What can they achieve..

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Created on 15 Jan 2018

Information about Campfire Beacons, designed to connect up local Campfire groups globally. What they are. How to start one. What can they achieve..

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5 Dec. 2016 by Pete Lawrence

We have launched our Campfire Beacons.

10 Feb. 2018 by Pete Lawrence

 

Campfire Convention is floating an idea..

We are inviting our members to light Beacons simultaneously across the UK and around the world to come together and join hands.

9 Feb. 2018 by Pete Lawrence

As we settle into 2018, there has to be a sense of hope. The Guardian's editorial recently, reflecting on the appointment of the first Minster for Loneliness, concluded overwhelmingly that "it is time to base the economy on a more rounded view of human nature than that one that just considers individuals as selfish calculators of utility", citing the appointment of a new Minister of Loneliness  as evidence of just how dislocated our society has become.

10 Feb. 2018 by Mads Ryle

In late January 2018 some Campfire members and friends met up in Brighton & Hove to discuss "what should be the purpose of a Brighton Beacon?"

2 Dec. 2017 by Pete Lawrence

Campfire's local Beacons are already starting to catch alight. A central, crucial part of the Campfire social experiment - local area initiatives, with flexible objectives for real social change. Here's a simple guide on how you can join one or set one up.

9 Feb. 2018 by Pete Lawrence

@Kimm Fearnley, founder of the Bournemouth Beacon regularly holds her own fire ceremonies and shared with us the ritual elements and structure that make up her beautiful events. All important events in her life are marked in this way.