This year the LewesLight festival has a more environmental theme – looking at light, water and the moon. The installation narratives will touch on dark skies, climate change and sea level rise, and the sites are less urban this time, centering on some of the most special places in Lewes.
The festival takes place over the weekend of 28th February to 1st March 2020 and the organisers are looking for volunteers to help steward the event.
Things will be slightly differently this year – rather than running guided tours, the focus will be on interpretation at the installation sites, and consequently they are looking for people who are happy to engage with the public about the event and its narratives, and to provide general information for visitors.
Image from 2018 at LewesLight website, © Edward Reeves