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Mighty Hoopla and Cross the Tracks Festivals have applied to return to Brockwell Park again in 2020 with an additional day added on the Friday called Wide Awake. You are invited to come and find out more about the proposed Festival Weekend planned on Brockwell Park 5, 6 & 7 June 2020. Day: Wednesday 13th November Location: The Half Moon, 10 Half Moon Lane, Herne Hill, London SE24 9HU – in the function room at the back of the garden. Times: Between 12:00 – 15:00 and 17:00 – 20:00 Can’t make it – then email the organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org and then can share the drop in session information and respond to your feedback. You will also have opportunity to input into the premises license application when this is submitted later in November. Wide Awake – Friday 5th June 2020 Wide Awake is a new festival to take place in Brockwell Park focusing on new music from genres across the globe. The event also has a foc7us on positive change including an area to discuss the environment via talks, films, music, food and drink. Mighty Hoopla – Saturday 6th June 2020 Mighty Hoopla is an 18+ LGBTQ+ friendly pop music festival, programmed with a mix of diverse legendary artists from around the world, new live acts and the finest of London’s LGBT night culture. The event offers a mix of 80s, 90s and current artists. 2020 will be the event’s third year in Brockwell Park. Cross the Tracks – Sunday 7th June 2020 Cross The Tracks is a family-friendly music festival open to all ages, celebrating the world of funk,... read more We appreciate there are many areas to think about when it comes to delivering a greener event. Some events are already making positive changes towards reducing their environmental impact, however there is a long way to go across the sector. EventLambeth want to help all event organisers move in the right direction and have put together a list of actions to start things off. It is important to remember simple changes and good planning in the early stages can make a big difference. Look at all areas of your event; energy, water, waste and recycling, products, suppliers, staff, promotion and travel. Keep in mind you will also need to think about how this fits into procurement processes, contracting suppliers, front of house plans, back of house operations and how attendees behave at your event. Getting Started: First do some research, there is a wealth of information and ideas out there on how to make your event greener. Read the Lambeth Green Guide to Events. This will give you a clear understanding of all the areas you need to consider and build into your planning process. All events are required to meet the ‘Essential’ criteria. Review your event section by section – look at waste, water, travel, energy, food and serve-ware. Think about the current impact of the event and identify key areas you need to make changes. Involve your contractors and suppliers early to ensure they have time to prepare and understand requirements they need to meet. Start simple. For example, audience transport is one of the greatest impact areas and one of the easiest ones to address. Encourage... read more October has been the WET WET WET with over 50% more rainfall than the average. Friendsfest event on Kennington Park despite putting in additional ground cover and other measures to safeguard against bad weather were caught in torrential and constant rainfall. The reinstatement to address the event impact has delayed until the weather improved and the ground dried out. The herras fence line has finally come down today. The company brought down extra crew and did all the work by hand. The mini fork lift travelled on the paths only to collect and load up the truck. Lambeth Landscapes team were on the park at the same time putting up a temporary fence around a smaller area where the ground reinstatement work is now being done. To begin with the temporary fence will enclose around 60% of the South Field. Over the coming week the ground works will be done and as this progress the fence line will be moved to enclose smaller areas and give greater access to wider area of the south field. 40 Tonne of soil has been distributed over areas and a further 20 tonne will be placed in te coming days. Once the soil is levelled out it will will then have grass seed sown. Seed is able to germinate in colder temperatures. Once the next period of rain passes and all the leaves have fallen germination sheeting might also be placed over some areas to further nuture the seed and encourage germination. All the costs for the reinstatement work are covered by the event organisers. Lambeth Landscapes and... read more
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