Be my valentine…

…well not quite. But the deadline for our competition is only a day earlier! 

You can join the team and help us promote 100 years of British Ecology by submitting your idea(s) to our competition by the 13th February

We already have a list of FAQs (Festival Activity Queries), so below are a few – with answers:



Q: Can we submit as a group?
A: Yes, you can! Just bear in mind that there will be limited spaces at each festival, so you may have to work out who goes where…

Q: Can I submit several ideas?
A: Yes, you can! Please submit them as separate entries unless they really have to be done together.

Q: Can I design a main / core activity?
A: Yes, you can! We’re flexible and we really want to include new team members who are enthusiastic about engaging the public with Ecology!

Q: Do I have to go to all festivals?
A: No, you don’t! We don’t expect anyone to have that much spare time! There will be at least 2 experienced members on each team, but the rest will depend on people’s availability (and preference)

Q: Will I be at the stall all day, or can I go enjoy some of the music?
A: We’ll be working in shifts. All team members will be expected to devote themselves completely to the activities for about 4 hours a day (and help with setting up etc.). So there will be plenty of time to enjoy the rest of the festival. 

Q: What sort of activities you’re looking for?
A:  We’ll take anything we think will engage festival-goers with ecology and get them interested in what we’re doing. This includes activities for kids, science-busking, demonstrations, and core activities.



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