BACKWELL FESTIVAL 2018 IS OVER THE WEEKEND OF JULY 6-8
We are hugely grateful to our partners, without whom we would not be able to deliver and develop such a quality event.
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Bringing their Refill Bar to the festival for the first time, we are delighted to be partnered by Bristol Water this year. Ties in perfectly with our Oceans theme. Learn more about their community campaigns here http://www.bristolwater.co.uk/about-us/our-campaigns/water-bar/
Delivering our stunning, creative stage lighting and ensuring we have no power headaches throughout the festival, Utopium look after a huge slice of our production. They have supported us for three years now and we look forward to working with Colin and the team to make Backwell Festival even more visually dramatic in 2015 and beyond. Utopium were responsible for bathing Bristol landmarks in green light for the launch of the city as European Green Capital 2015.
Tarmac has a large quarry known as Stancombe near Backwell which produces good quality limestone and is one of the largest suppliers of construction aggregates and materials in North Somerset. They have actively supported Backwell Festival for many years!
Named as the SIBA Brewery of the Year 2014, Butcombe produces 50,000 barrels of top quality beer a year down the road ( and left a bit) in Wrington, their brews include the West Country’s favourite bitter. More recently they have worked with TV Farmer Adam Henson to create the Rare Breed and their cook book has a recipe using Brunel IPA to make a wicked chocolate cake!
Graded as Outstanding by Ofsted on three separate inspections, Meadowside is based in the grounds of Westleigh Infant School, and creates the perfect opportunity for the little-ones to play together – it also encourages parents and carers to get involved in their child’s learning.
Meadowside will run creative and messy play on the Saturday afternoon and a supervised film for the children at sunset – so you can leave your little darlings in their safe keeping and get on with the serious matter of dancing!