On Saturday 24th May Cathedral Square, in Peterborough City Centre, will be transformed ready for the launch of the Green Festival 2014 and will be followed by 8 days of exciting events.
Visit the circus tent where you’ll find an old fashioned arcade full of eco-friendly games inspired by the city’s Green Wheel network of cycleways. Try your hand at the coconut shy, hook-a-duck or hoopla and you could win yourself a brand new bike.
With something for all ages, most Green Festival events are completely free to attend. There are events being held all over the city with tree climbing at Ferry Meadows at 11am on 27th May, a bike ride in the Ortons with Sustrans at 1pm on 31st May, and a picnic at the Green Backyard on Oundle Road at 12 noon on Sunday 1st June.
This year’s event aims to help get people walking, cycling and using the bus. It’s organised by the team here at PECT and is being supported by Peterborough City Council’s Travelchoice.
To view our Green Festival booklet, which has a list of all the events happening throughout the Green Festival week, please click here!
If you want to find out more please drop Selina a line on 01733 882542, firstname.lastname@example.org