Grow Wild UK at Latitude Festival 2016
Personalised Grow Wild UK table tennis at Latitude Festival 2016 with Greenpeace
Kew Gardens Grow Wild UK campaign stopped off at Latitude Festival 2016 to continue their efforts to raise awareness for the Grow Wild initiative, their space at the festival with charity Greenpeace included a personalised cardboard table tennis.
Grow Wild is the UK’s biggest-ever wild flower campaign, bringing people together to transform local spaces and native, pollinator-friendly wild flowers and plant.
Grow Wild was part of the Greenpeace area at Latitude Festival, which is tucked away in the woods beside the stunning lake that surrounds the festival. Visitors were able to send a free postcard to their future self with a gift returned of wild flower seeds and get a photo courtesy of a Megabooth personalised Grow Wild photo pod.
The eco friendly cardboard table tennis table customised specifically for Grow Wild UK campaign included details about the initiative and to help spread awareness of the importance of growing wild flowers and the impact it has on populations of butterflies, bees, pollinating bugs and birds. Sustainable games have been a popular feature at festivals this year after creating a Play area with Greenpeace, WaterAid and Oxfam at Glastonbury 2016.
Greenpeace created a unique climbing experience for the festival revellers at Latitude Festival with nets strung high in the trees for kids to play, plus a zip line and swings – the playground type activities were to show people what it feels like to be high up in the trees, just like when they do it to protect an ancient forest or to hang a banner to call attention to an environmental problem.
Festival tour continues this week at…
We are delighted to be supporting our fantasic partners Trees for Cities at this year’s Nozstuck Festival. Trees for Cities will be using our eco friendly cardboard photo booth and cardboard trees to raise awareness about the brand and the important of planting trees in cities.