Spring Watch is the largest festival of nature in the South and is held in Stamner Park, Brighton. It is a fun family day out, encouraging public participation in order to teach people about important issues affecting our climate, like the recycling industry, food miles and permaculture.
For nearly 20 years the Camden Green Fair has been inspiring visitors to take steps towards a greener lifestyle. Live music and performances, exhibitions and workshops, fun and food combine to attract more than 20,000 visitors annually to this award-winning environmental event.
Firefly will be technically producing and solar powering the Fashion Zone.
Thousands of people visit the Springwatch festival on Southampton Common each year joining in a range of free events helping you to give nature a helping hand.
The thinking behind the event organised by Southampton City Council and BBC Breathing Places is to encourage wildlife, improve the local environment and make a contribution to global issues like climate change.
Bangor, North Wales this year plays host to the annual Radio 1’s Big Weekend. This is the first major British music festival of the year attracting an audience of 40,000 and some of the most current and well known UK and international artists. The event is Europe’s biggest, free ticketed event and showcases acts that dominate the rest of the UKs festival Scene.
Firefly have forged an exciting partnership with Brighton Fringe Festival for 2010. We are the official technical production partner working across all fringe internal events and focusing on Fringe City, the open air element of the festival happening every weekend throughout May in Brighton's beautiful Lanes.
Firefly will be providing site wide solar power for Lumenortis' Earth Day celebration. The event features Bright Things which is an outdoor music festival and Artificial Light which is an outdoor light exhibition held in Central Gardens.
Firefly will be producing a stage at the inaugral Brighton Marathon, the solar powered stage will be found at the Old Steine opposite the iconic Palace Pier. Brighton's Marathon will be packed full of entertainment to keep the spectators amused and encourage participants along the 26 mile route.
From 12 – 18 April 2010 Brighton & Hove Children’s Festival returns for its fourth year to transform the city. The festival offers free and accessible opportunities for children to participate and enjoy.
The Brighton & Hove Adult Learning Festival offers a chance to learn in new and unusual ways. Our aim is to promote and celebrate learning activities across Brighton & Hove which reflect the dynamic city in which we live.
Look out for our ‘Spring Forward’ event which will celebrate informal learning on the 20th March with events in Jubilee Square and Library
11am – 4pm
Leading up to the Olympic and Paralympic Games much has been made of the training and employment opportunities in construction. As 2012 draws closer, the attention must shift to the long-term market. Low Carb is a FREE, two-day low-carbon construction skills event.