What's on during the weekend

Feet off the Ground performers

Turning Point

Our headline performance for the weekend is the premiere of Turning Point by all-female dance collective, Feet off the Ground.


Forgotten People, Forgotten Planet

Forgotten People, Forgotten Planet

An immersive film performance from Blue Apple Theatre’s Special Assignments Company.

Screening from 12pm to 3pm on Saturday 17 September, all day Sunday 18 September.

Walk of the Dandelions

Walk of the Dandelion

Luke Brown Dance will present Walk of the Dandelion - taking hopeful steps forward, a gentle walkabout by Daniel, a nine foot sustainable focused puppet, made from recycled plastic milk bottles.

Saturday 17th September 10am-1pm.

Story Tribe


StoryTribe will be offering a special version of their popular storytelling sessions.

Saturday 17th September 10.30am.

Give and Take Exchange Event

Give and Take Exchange

Bring items that you no longer want but think someone else might like and help display them along with other donated items - our volunteers will be on hand to show you how it works. And then fill your bags with as many items as you like.

Saturday 17th September, 10am to 3pm.

£5 kilo sale

£5 Kilo Sale

Come along to Eastleigh's popular £5 Kilo Sale (in aid of CRY) and browse hundreds of fantastic adult-sized items. When you've chosen your items pay by weight at £5 per kilo or bring (if you want to) good quality/condition adult-sized clothes that you no longer want.

Sunday 18 September, 11am to 2pm.

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Climate Age and Creativity Talk

Climate Age and Creativity: an exploration of our what we want, need and expect from our local arts venue.

Saturday 17 at 1pm, Sunday 18 at 11am.

Craft activities at The Point

Free Creative Activities

Throughout the weekend there will be a host of free, drop-in creative activities for the whole family to enjoy.

All day on Saturday 17 September & Sunday 18 September.


Auditel is a leading Cost, Procurement & Carbon Solutions Company. Helping organisations reduce their carbon emissions whilst also reducing their costs.

All day on Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 September.

Fair Oak and Horton Heath Parish Council

Fair Oak & Horton Heath Greening Campaign

Fair Oak & Horton Heath Parish Council will be promoting their Greening Campaign which encourages residents to lower their carbon footprint, reconnect with nature, retrofit their homes and understand the impact of climate change on health.

All day on Saturday 17 September.

Sustainable art workshop

Sustainable Art Workshop

Veronica Williams from Home Ed Creatives will demonstrate and assist children in making origami animals, using leaflet/magazine pages.

Saturday 17 September 11:45am-12:45pm
Sunday 18 September 2pm-3pm.

Eco-Poetry on Demand

Eco-Poetry on Demand

Damian from Wellbeing Through Nonsense will be writing bespoke poems for visitors about the themes of the weekend.

Sunday 18 September 11am-1pm.


Tukshop are based in Eastleigh town centre and are original importers & UK Tuk Tuk pioneers since 2003 - our electric tuk tuks can make a difference to local air quality.

All day Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 September.

Twelve Hair Design

Twelve Hair Design

Laraine Rose from Twelve Hair Design will be giving a talk on sustainable salon practices, offering advice on individual home care routines that help to reduce your water and carbon footprint.

All day on Sunday 18 September, talk at 2pm

Yellow Interior Design

Yellow Interior Design

Yellow Interiors will be showcasing innovative interior solutions in our Atrium that reduce your carbon footprint without compromising on design.

All day Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 September.

CurrentlyKimmy & The KimchiWardrobe

CurrentlyKimmy & The KimchiWardrobe

Artist Kimberley-Rose Gardner will be selling original artwork and prints as well as sustainable clothing saved from landfill.

All day Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 September.

Four Bears Apparel (1)

Four Bears Apparel specialise in the reselling of used and vintage fashion.

Buying second hand reduces humanity’s toll on the planet, extends the life of clothing and saves people money!

All day Saturday 17 and Sunday 18.

Incred Ed

Plant Veg, Grow a Revolution

Pam Warhurst is the co-founder of Incredible Edible, which is helping rebuild local communities through conversion of unused public land into sustainable growing spaces.

Screening at 12pm on Saturday 17 & Sunday 18.