Welcome to Nottingham Green Festival
Nottingham Green Festival is organised by grass routes community based volunteers, with no statutory funding. The ethical standards and environmental / human / animal rights ethos of the event are long established, having evolved from the pre-history of the Nottingham Peace Festival from which it has grown.
Nottingham’s own green festival provides the place for the whole family to learn, explore and try the latest in everything environmentally friendly and ethical, whilst also having lots of fun in the beautiful setting of the Arboretum Park.
Enjoy FREE live music, outdoor entertainment and adult & children’s activities plus community stalls with refreshments, ethical products and energy-saving technologies and information at Nottingham Green Festival.
Please support the event with small donation. Click to donate with PayPal, or credit/debit cards without paypal account. See other options on the Fundraising page. The events runs with a £1500 deficit in the £6000+ budget and has no statutory funding.
Sunday 16th September 2018 . 12noon to 6pm . Free
Organised by grass roots, community based volunteers, with no regular statutory funding, the event featureds stalls from over 120 small green businesses, craft workers, campaigns & community groups, artizan food producers and vegan caterers. There were kids activities, workshops, natural therapies and sustainable technologies, performers and entertainment throughout the park and live music from the Bandstand.
New for 2018
- Nottingham CND launched Nottingham’s Peace Week at the Green Festival with a Peace Picnic area opposite the bandstand.
- Nottingham Growers Network, had a dedicated Zone just down from the Bandstand.
- I’m Not From London curated the Bandstand, together with Bras Not Bombs.
- Punk4theHomeless curated a festival fringe stage at the Formal Gardens.
- The Arboretum, Waverley Street / Addison Street, NG7 4HF, one minute from the High School Tram Stop and a few minutes from Nottingham’s Old Market Square or the Forest Tram Stop & Park & Ride. Many NCT buses pass the entance off Mansfield Road – ask for the Huntingdon Street Stop. Cyclists met at noon at the Square to join a mini Critical Mass Bike Ride to the Green Fest!
APPLICATIONS FOR 2019 may open in the Spring [
See stall booking information here.]
Everyone that supports the event – stall holders, caterers, campaign groups, performers, volunteers & everyone attending – all are invited to share feedback & ideas via Facebook, Twitter or email to help the planning of the 2019 event.
How to help
- Join the mailing list for announcements, news and information about Nottingham Green Festival
- Support the event with small donation. Click to donate with PayPal, or credit/debit cards without paypal account. See other options on the Fundraising page
- Post your photos and reviews onto social media. Tag @NottmGreenFest or #GreenFestival
- Send links to your photos to share on the Green Festival Gallery or any reviews that you might know of for the archive. Follow our team photographer, Alan Lodge@tashuk
- Share the announcement / press release on your social media! ( (temporary mirror site)
- Distribute publicity materials available from the Sumac Centre, Crocus Cafe, Five Leaves Bookshop, Green Emporium on Haydn Road and at Veggies Catering Campaign events.
We need your help in organising the 2019 Green Festival!
Your support will make all the difference in ensuring the success of Nottingham’s own Green Festival, the place for the whole family to learn, explore and try the latest in everything environmentally friendly and ethical, whilst also having lots of fun in the beautiful setting of the Arboretum Park.
- To help with the 2019 event please join us at a planning group meeting, usually on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 4pm at the Sumac Centre – but check.
Contact Nottingham Green Festival
- Email email@example.com
- Write to Nottingham Green Festival, c/o Sumac, 245 Gladstone Street, Nottingham NG7 6HX
- Follow NottmGreenFest on Twitter & Facebook
- Linkback to www.nottmgreenfest.org.uk