• The ‘Westfield Good Festival’ will take place at Westfield Stratford City from 3rd – 6th May and 16th – 19th May at Westfield London.
  • This sustainability-focused event is designed to empower shoppers with practical insights on how simple changes in purchasing habits and daily routines can positively impact the planet.
  • Experience a diverse lineup of activities, including a children’s clothes and books swap shop, a captivating sneaker art installation by Helen Kirkum, complimentary clothing repair services by The Seam, and much more. 

Westfield proudly unveils the awaited return of the Westfield Good Festival, a unique and enriching annual event dedicated to fostering sustainability and conscious living among shoppers. Set to take place at Westfield Stratford City from 3rd to 6th May and at Westfield London from 16th to 19th May, the festival aims to inspire positive change through an array of engaging activities and insightful workshops.

The Westfield Good Festival invites attendees to go on a journey of discovery, exploring small yet impactful changes in purchasing habits and daily routines that contribute to a healthier planet. From a children’s clothing and book swap shop to captivating art installations crafted from repurposed materials, the festival promises an immersive experience for all ages.

At the heart of the festival lies a commitment to sustainability education and empowerment. Through complimentary clothing repair services, interactive workshops, and provoking content discussions, participants will gain valuable insights into the principles of sustainable fashion and the circular economy.

Highlights of the festival include a tranquil greenhouse oasis, providing a serene retreat for reconnecting with nature and how choosing the right houseplants can enhance living spaces, and a series of sewing classes aimed at revitalising cherished garments through creative repair techniques.

Renowned London-based artist Helen Kirkum will showcase a striking art installation crafted entirely from reused sneaker parts, shedding light on the importance of innovative recycling solutions in the fashion industry.

Alyson Hodkinson, Head of Sustainability UK at Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, said: “Building on the success of last year’s event, we’re excited to bring back the Westfield Good Festival, promising an even more impactful experience. Our aim is to empower attendees through engaging activities, insightful workshops, and meaningful conversations, fostering a collective commitment to sustainability.

We hope every visitor gains a fresh perspective on integrating planet-friendly practices into their daily lives, thereby contributing to a greener, more sustainable future.”

For more information about the Westfield Good Festival and to view the full event schedule, please visit www.goodfest.westfield.com.


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