Be Part of Festival of Nature

Book your exhibit space at Festival of Nature: A Trail of Two Cities

The UK’s largest free public celebration of the natural world will be returning to Bath on 1st June of 2019 and Bristol on 8th-9th June 2019, as well as hosting a week long programme of events across the region.

Each year, the festival attracts involvement from national and regional organisations including NGO’s, universities, green businesses, visitor attractions and volunteer led groups

Our editorial partners, including the BBC, conservation organisations, universities and policy bodies, work together to find new marketing routes to local audiences and run our innovative research and evaluation programme.


Artists and Musicians

Festival of Nature 2019 will once again welcome an array of Artists and Musicians and we would love to hear from anyone who would like to bring art or music to the festival! We are currently recruiting and programming our music stages in Bristol and Bath, our story corner in Bath, and our open spaces in Bristol.

Please get in touch by ringing 0117 925 3931 or emailing festival@bnhc.org.uk.

Exhibitors

Each year Festival of Nature welcomes 75+ national and regional organisations including NGO’s, universities, green businesses, visitor attractions and volunteer led groups to encourage visitors to take action for nature.

We are fully booked for 2019 but would love to add your name to our mailing list, or discuss if you content can be added to one of our open air spaces or stage.

Please get in touch by ringing 0117 925 3931 or emailing festival@bnhc.org.uk.

Traders

If you are a trader or caterer selling local food, produce or goods please contact our Market Manager Mike Cardwell at mike@bnhc.org.uk. Please note we are fully booked for 2019 but would love to hear about your products for future events and activities.

 

Exhibitors comments

See what previous exhibitors have had to say about the Festival of Nature

A happy and successful festival. A credit to Bristol with the exhibitors and participants assisted by the Bristol Natural History Consortium. A fantastic weekend and an event worthy of it national and international standing.”

Tim Corner, Bristol and Region Environmental Records Centre

“The Bristol Festival of Nature is a wonderful place for us to really connect with the public and to meet up with like-minded organisations who we can work with in the future towards our common goal of connecting the public with the natural world and the many conservation organisations that are working tirelessly to promote and protect it.” 

Pete Dawson, North Somerset Butterfly House

“The best organisation I’ve seen for an event this scale, incuding some major national events. All bookings and questions were sorted well in advance and nothing was too much trouble – we had everything we needed on the day to get on with our exhibit. It was a really great experience for us.”

Rose Bavage, University of Leeds