ENGLISH RIVIERA GLOBAL GEOPARK
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Geopark Songs and Films


The English Riviera Global Geopark works with dynamic and innovative artists, to engage and provoke interest in all ages inspiring them to think more widely and creatively about the world around them.

Songs

Download the Geoquest songs by Hugh Nankivell and the GeoTrio

To download the songs as .mp3 files, right-click on the (mp3) link and select "Save Target As..." from the menu.



Artwork supplied by Severn Studios


Films


English Riviera Global Geopark 2016
(The 7th International UNESCO Conference on Global Geoparks will take place in Torbay, UK, 27th to 30th September 2016)




This is Our Geopark!




Discover the English Riviera Global Geopark
(This film was created as a result of partnership working with the other UNESCO sites in the South West of England including the Jurassic Coast WHS, Cornish Mining WHS, Stonehenge and Avebury WHS, Bath WHS, and the North Devon Biosphere Reserve)




Geo-Collective go to Japan
(The English Riviera Global Geopark works with dynamic and innovative artists, to engage and provoke interest in all ages inspiring them to think more widely and creatively about the world around them. Thanks to Arts Council England funding, in May 2012 it was possible to share the Geoquest model with the community and staff of the Unzen Geopark and the delegates of Global Geopark Network at the 5th International UNESCO Conference on Geoparks. The Geo-Collective artists, performed on local Unzen radio and ran workshops for local groups and children. On returning to the UK these new songs were shared with the children of the English Riviera Geopark at the launch of the Geoplay Park and at other events)




Geopark meets Nowhere Island
(On the 6th August 2012 the Cultural Olympiad project Nowhere Island stopped off in the English Riviera Global Geopark as part of its tour around the South West of England and this is what happened as a result)




Geoplay
(A theme song for our fantastic Geoplay Park in Paignton. The English Riviera Global Geopark would like to say a big thank you to the Children of Curledge Street Academy who feature in the film, to Paignton Community Partnership and to the Big Lottery Community Spaces Grant Fund)




Paignton Geoplay Park entrance stone in the making




Falling
(A short documentary about how a group of young people, supported by local musicians and players from the Welsh National Opera Orchestra, created a new musical myth for their home; the English Riviera Global Geopark. Projected supported by: Arts Council England, Torbay Council, Doorstep Arts, Welsh National Opera)