Light Night

Nottingham’s famous night of eclectic and electric light installations is back for 2022! Light Night will be taking place across the city centre on Friday 4 and Saturday 5 February 2022 and we have an exciting opportunity for our levy payers to get involved with the project.

An app for the event is once again being developed and businesses can be included on the official Light Night app, if they simply plan to stay open on the night(s) - (you will need to check either ‘late night opening’ or ‘markets and shopping’. You will not need to complete the risk assessment or insurance parts of the form for this.
Therefore if you are planning to stay open late across the two nights, please complete your details in the form to submit your information.

The form can be found here Nottingham Light Night 2022 (jotform.com) 
  • Please submit your content as soon as possible, the deadline is midday on Monday 17 January 2022 (ignore the deadline on the form of 23 December 2021)
  • You do not need to include insurance details or risk assessment for this opportunity
  • Please add in a description for your business in the description box on the form as visitors to the city may not necessary know who or what you are 
We appreciate that there is some uncertainty around further restrictions coming into place in the light of the rise of the Omicron variant.  At this moment in time, Nottingham City Council are continuing to plan to deliver the event on 4 and 5 February 2022.  However, they reserve the right to revisit this in the light of the public health situation worsening and any further advice that we receive from the government.  We will continue to keep you informed.

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