An afternoon filled with fun, laughter and bubbles comes to The Level on Sun 4 March 2018, in the form of Brighton’s first ever bubble festival.
This idea behind the event was construed by Bradley Wescott, who pondered on the idea of all guns blowing bubbles, showcasing the possibility of peace, even if just for one day. The hope is to create a safe space for all those gathered together, connecting as one whole unity.
The event will include talks, delicious food stalls and entertainment from delightful bubbles, keeping kids entertained for hours! There will also be a raffle with prizes crafted from local businesses. As well as a ‘healing tent’, filled with professional therapists and healers offering treatments on a donation basis.
The aim of the Bubble Gun Project is to raise money for the Non-Violence Project charity, who specialise in running community projects to educate children through peaceful conflict resolution. The charity are currently in the process of launching their ‘Speak Up’ App to enable children and young people to report any bullying to their schools anonymously. It aims to tackle bullying efficiently and effectively in an area which schools struggle to deal with effectively.
The promise of Bubble Gun is that with every £10,000 raised, 5000 children in the South-East will receive the App for free for one year.