Jeremy Hurst has 13 years’ experience as a classroom teacher and 13 years’ experience in business.
Most recently he’s been working in his sharing economy startup business. He manages his own Eco B&B here in Perth Hills and recently has been active in promoting Save Perth Hills.
Jeremy has a passion for environmental sustainability and applies this to his work wherever possible.
We are blessed at The Sound Temple to have Jeremy join us locally from the Perth Hills to talk to us about the importance of sustainability as part of our Common Threads Woven Through Community Project.
Common Threads Woven Through Community is a week-long community engagement project proudly brought to the Perth Hills and directly following the World Fashion Revolution week held in late April each year and happily leading into the Local Toodyay Fibre Festival of 2019.
These events are designed for you to leave feeling deeply inspired to become part of a continuing impulse of considerable change.