Robin Hood Energy Light Night took place on Friday 10 February 2017, celebrating its tenth year, and we are already planning for Light Night 2018. We will soon be asking for your feedback on Light Night 2017, so keep an eye on this page.
One of the highlights of Light Night was the Wheel of Nottingham which will remain in the Old Market Square until Sunday 12 March with its special light show consisting of complex patterns created with 75,000 bulbs.
Other returning favourites included Arts Council England-funded installations, free entry to Nottingham Castle and Brewhouse Yard, the Light Night Market and free live music performances. Some of the new venues for the tenth Light Night were the William Booth Birthplace Museum in Sneinton, the Arboretum and ‘Line of Light’ on Station Street. More information on the activities in the programme is available here.
If you are part of an organisation that wants to run an event on Light Night next year, get in touch by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Light Night is sponsored by Robin Hood Energy, a not-for-profit company that offers low tariffs to help tackle fuel poverty and make energy more affordable for all households in England, Scotland and Wales.
Light Night is proudly brought to you by Nottingham City Council with support from partners.
Light Night photo wall
Your photos of this year and previous Light Nights will be uploaded here and you will be able to vote for your favourite. The winner will get their photo framed and an additional prize. Entries have now closed and winners will be announced on Friday 17 March.
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