Inspiring communities
to live a
low-waste lifestyle
Is it all rubbish? Can we really live with less plastic? YES! Come along to FREE Talks at our Eco Pop Up Shop and receive practical advice, support and inspiration from some of the UK’s top sustainable and zero waste home experts. Come along, ask questions, receive a free food waste caddy and biodegradable items and kick start your family’s low waste lifestyle.
Time to face your waste in the most artistic way. Visit our Eco Pop Up Shop and an eclectic mix of Eco-Stalls inside Lion Yard. Try upcycled and ethical fashion items, biodegradable wares and much more ways to help you on your low-waste journey in preventing escalating landfill and ocean plastic pollution. Celebrate with us as we create history as the world's first Eco Living Festival hosted within a city retail shopping centre.
Plastic waste is turning our oceans into
giant, floating rubbish dumps. Adults are
failing to solve the problem. We need your help! Write, draw or collage your coolest idea to battle single-use plastic, and you can win an amazing eco-warrior prize.
Step into the future now, with a choice of electric cars and motorcycles.
We are pleased to bring you two innovative companies promoting the latest EV transport offering their experience and support to demystify the EV transportation experience. Octopus EV promoting a selection of EV’s, and Super Soca electric motorcycles will be on hand at the Eco Living festival to assist you on your way to a low carbon lifestyle.
London based – Mbilla arts, featuring Gambian born Master Djembe drummer Seneke Sillah with fellow world musicians and drummers, share the spirit of ancient African Djembe drumming. The sound of the drum was used for centuries throughout West Africa as a communication tool and to cleanse and rejuvenate the human spirit. An ultimate stress busting experience. Make sure not to miss their live performance starting mid-afternoon at the central escalators @Lion Yard Shopping Centre.
Together with our partners Veolia UK. We have created a Recycling Education instillation wall on the history of Plastic and how we have all become dependent on it. Find out all about plastic with facts and its multiple inclusion in everyday items, some you would never guess, plus sign up and pledge to reduce single plastic use.

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