Lewes Road, BN2 3FX Brighton
***REGISTER WITH A SMALL DONATION AND YOU’LL ALSO BE ENTERED INTO OUR COMPETITION TO WIN A HUGE BUNDLE OF PRIZES, DONATED FROM SOME OF OUR WONDERFUL PARTICIPANTS. SCROLL DOWN FOR THE LIST SO FAR. MANY MORE PRIZES TO BE ANNOUNCED***
– Dinner for two at Chilli Pickle
– A years subscription to Ethical Consumer Magazine
– Chillis bottle from Harriets of Hove
– Tote bag from Compare Ethics
– Bathroom wash kit from WasteNot
– Nut butters from Katies Nuttery
– 1 x Mintie Duo Lunchbox Set, 1 x Mintie Mini Snack Pot Sets and 1 x Mintie 350 Stainless Steel Bottle all from Environmental Life
– Tote bag from Kindness Co-Op
Plus three runner up prizes of a years subscription to Ethical Consumer Magazine!
PEOPLE | PLANET | PURPOSE
***THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO PLEDGED TO OUR CROWDFUNDER! WE RAISED £3100!***
The CleverGreen Festival team are on a mission to bring an eco-friendly, ethically sound, festival to Brighton.
We aim to be as close to zero waste as we can get and we want you to be part of the fun!
We’re passionate about educating and inspiring people to make that leap, out of all of the confusion and into living a more sustainable lifestyle but we don’t want to do that by lecturing you and telling you what you’re doing wrong! We want to bring you the biggest festival of it’s kind to our local community so you can find out for yourself how to live a CleverGreen life.
CLEVERGREEN FESTIVAL, SATURDAY 20TH JULY 2019. THE LEVEL BRIGHTON. ALL DAY FREE EVENT!
If you are a stall holder, media or sponsor you can take a look at our festival pack by visiting the festival page on our website www.clevergreengroup.com. Stall holders email enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charities and low income traders can enquire about concessions via email to email@example.com
We are committed to putting as much revenue as we can raised from the event, back into the local community, working with local businesses and stallholders, to support the Brighton economy.
WHY DO FESTIVALS NEED TO CHANGE?
*”Over three million people attend UK festivals each year and between them generate a staggering 23,500 tonnes of waste, equating to 2.8kg of waste per person, per day. Research suggests that of that amount only 32% is recycled with the other 68 per cent heading for landfill sites.
Add to that the UK’s commitment to be plastic free by 2042 and there is mounting pressure for festivals to find sustainable solutions to waste and recycling*
HOW WILL WE COMMIT TO OUR VALUES?
As well as following CleverGreen Group’s own code of practice (which can be found on our website) we will also be adhering to the guidelines stated by A Greener Festival, who advise the following:
– Allowing use of only biodegradable disposables or re-usable cups and plates on stalls.
– Providing separate bins for recycling.
– Utilising volunteers and potential sponsorship for the clean-up and sorting efforts.
– Separating waste for recycling
– Involving the crowd by supplying recycling bin bags and either a returnable rubbish tax or reward incentives.
– Providing standard, recycling and biodegradable bin bags for traders.
– Create sculptures using waste generated on site (e.g. plastic bottles)
We are delighted to be collaborating on this project with three key organisations in our community.
GREENER THAN GREEN PROJECT
Led by Reiki Magician, festival volunteer and site manager, Mason Lewis-Smith
Greener Than Green Project will be volunteering their time to take care of all our refuse and recycling needs on the day, site management and recycling workshops for the children.
STUDENTS FROM THE DESIGN TEAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON
Led by Eco Kids Projects Champion, festival volunteer and Senior University Lecturer, Cate Grundy
Cate will be working closely with her student design team, to provide unique branding for our event, and a live installation project that will work around a theme of plastic waste in our oceans.
BRIGHTON PEACE AND ENVIRONMENT CENTRE (BPEC)
Led by Eco Campaigns Superwomen, festival volunteer and Charity Communications Manager, Alice Doyle
Alice will be working with community organisations across Brighton to co-ordinate their involvement with the festival.
FESTIVAL VOLUNTEER TEAM
Our event is being created by a dedicated and passionate team of volunteers, without whom, this festival would not be possible:
Jo Child (CleverGreen Group Limited) – Kindness Ambassador, on a mission to heal the world with compassion, and Event Director
Marcus Child – Sanity Provider to Event Director, Musical and Mathmatics Mastermind, and Legal and Finance Manager
Romi Bobkova (Magic Pixies Eco Cleaning Company) – Sanity Provider to Event Director, Superstar Eco Pixie and Project Manager
Stephanie Crechriou (Hyppanie Felt maker) – Smiles That Light up the Room and Social Enterprise Communications Manager
Rob Fearne – Moves Like Jagger and Bar Operations Manager
Jenny Barratt (SuperLooper) – Wise and Wonderful Mediator and Campaign Manager
Harriet Josephine (Harriet’s of Hove) – Instagram Extraordinaire, Zero Waste Heroine and Campaign Manager
Diana Morgan (Ecostepbystep)- Eco Shopping Know How Champion and Campaign Manager
Nik James – Eco Festival Veteran and Campaign Manager
THE BIG EVENT AND WHAT TO EXPECT
***Live entertainment and installations***
***Music on the main stage***.
***Local community performances***.
***Homewares and gifts***
***Ethically produced food***
***Environmentally friendly skincare and cosmetics***
***Community project information***.
MORE INFO AND FULL LINE UP AS THEY’RE CONFIRMED
HIGHLIGHTS AND WHAT NOT TO MISS
THE LARGEST SWISHING TENT BRIGHTON HAS SEEN – IN FACT WE HOPE TO SET A RECORD!!!
Look out for our big clothes swapping tent! We will be aiming to set a record for the largest clothes swapping tent in Brighton, followed by a fashion show. A small donation will be required to enter and up to ten items of good quality clothing and/or shoes can be swapped on the day.
MORE HIGHLIGHTS ANNOUNCED SOON
LET’S DO THIS!
To see us at Latest TV Brighton click here : https://thelatest.co.uk/brighton/2018/12/11/come-to-the-waste-free-music-festival/
To read about us in Best of Eastbourne click here: