New date set for lights event

Posted on 28th January 2022 | in Community , What's On

A new date has been set for the lights event which was cancelled at the end of last year. The ReKINdle lights festival will now take place (weather permitting) on Sunday 20 February, from 5pm -7pm at Amble’s Little Shore.

The rescheduled lights event will take place 5pm – 7pm on Sunday 20 Feb

The event will feature hundreds of colourful flags and banners around the pier and promenade, with light projections, and an original soundscape featuring Harbour Lights Choir and voices of local children singing a specially commissioned song, ‘A song for Amble’. As darkness falls, look out for the kayakers and their fabulous phoenix.

A spokesperson for Amble Events Committee said, “We hope everyone will come down to the Little Shore as dusk falls and enjoy the spectacle. So much work by so many people has gone into bringing this event to fruition and we’ve all got our fingers crossed the weather behaves itself this time.”

People are encouraged to dress up in their finest, shiniest, sparkliest gear and ‘promendade and pose around the pier’.

There will be a selfie stall and fun from time travelling photographers Professor Weft and Miss Warp.
Organisers Dry Water Arts and Amble Events Committee had to reschedule the event originally planned for late November, after bad weather meant the whole thing had to be cancelled.

Call out for volunteers: The organisers are looking to recruit volunteer marshals and riggers.
If you would like to be involved then please contact Amble Events Committee via 01665 712929, or the Dry Water team on 07542 141411 or by email:

The event is organised by Amble Events Committee and Dry Water Arts and supported by:
Warkworth Harbour Commission, Amble Development Trust, Amble Coastal Rowing Club, Coquet Canoe Club, Coquet Shorebase Trust, Amble Town Council, Amble Youth Project, Amble Business Club, Northumberland Theatre Company, Amble Links First School, Harbour Lights Choir, Sample Builders, Infinite Arts, The Boat House Amble, Amble Christmas Lights, Going Good Dementia Positive Group, Steve Jinski, John Kefala Kerr, Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service, Coastguards, RNLI, Rapid Reaction, Alnwick Triathlon Club
Special thanks to : All the volunteers who are making the event possible and YOU the wonderful community!

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