Sponsors and Supporters 2020
The festival is made possible by our sponsors and supporters. Find out how you can support the festival here.
Support the Festival of Nature
There are lots of ways that your organisation can help support the Festival of Nature, and help create opportunities for thousands of people to connect with nature across the West of England.
If you are interested in becoming a Festival of Nature sponsor or supporter contact Festival of Nature Director Savita Willmott to discuss further opportunities and bespoke packages.
BBC Wildlife Magazine
BBC Wildlife Magazine is a celebration of the natural world, inspiring people with the sheer wonder and beauty of nature, helping them understand and appreciate the truly amazing world around us.
Institute of Physics Publishing
IOP Publishing has supported the Festival of Nature since 2004, offering the expertise of their design team to create the imagery and graphics that give the Festival it’s look and feel. We are delighted to have them return for another year!
We the Curious
We The Curious is an educational charity that removes boundaries around science – connecting art, people and ideas in a united culture of curiosity.
It offers all sorts of different experiences, including over 250 interactive exhibits, live science shows, collaborative experiments and the UK’s only 3D planetarium.
South Gloucestershire Council
South Gloucestershire Council are supporting the City Nature Challenge events programme across South Gloucestershire through their Area Wide Grants Scheme, bringing the action beyond the city limits to explore the county’s wildlife and green spaces.
Bath and North East Somerset Council
Bath and Northeast Somerset Council are hosting Bath Festival of Nature in Green Park as we launch the Bath and Bristol Parks Foundation.
UK Antarctic Heritage Trust
The UK Antarctic Heritage Trust are supporting the Festival of Nature programme through our talks programme.
Chapman Charitable Trust
Chapman Charitable Trust are supporting our Festival of Nature programme.
Avon Wildlife Trust
Bath & North East Somerset Council
BBC Natural History Unit
Bristol City Council
Bristol Zoo Gardens
University of Bath
University of Bristol
University of the West of England
Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
The Natural History Consortium is a charitable collaboration between these member organisations.
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