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We’re offering a series of FREE, artist led open community workshops to help you decorate your wheels or your gardens! Bring a bit of cash for lights and batteries; all other materials are provided! The advance workshops are over now but there are more!



On-the-day BikeLights workshops – decorate your bikes, plus free safety checks with Wadebridge Bike Shop!

Wadebridge: Sat 12 Oct 11am-4.30pm @ POP Café, Goldsworthy Way, Wadebridge

Bodmin: Sun 13 Oct 11am – 4.30pm, Shire House Suite (with kind thanks to Bodmin Town Council) 



Could YOU be someone who could help us with our twin BikeLights events this year? Thank you to those who have come forward already and have attended our briefing events on 7 & 8 Oct. We are seeking just a few more volunteers to help out with vital on-the-night stewarding in Bodmin, helping our first event in the town to run smoothly! If you can help out on 13th October from 5.45-9pm, and could attend a short briefing beforehand, then please contact who can tell you more! Thank you


FIRE & STEAM is kindly supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Arts Council England, FEAST, St Breock Windfarm Community Fund & WREN, Wadebridge Town Council, ASDA Foundation, Coop Community Fund’s Good Causes, C&H Crane Hire, Verfacil Ltd & Wadebridge Coasters. Project partners include IntoBodmin CIC, Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Bodmin College FdA Digital Media Unit, Bodmin Town Council & Museum, Pencarrow Estate, Wadebridge & District Museum, Concern Wadebridge & Wadebridge Dementia Action Alliance. Thanks also to LIDL Wadebridge, Camel Trail Cycle Hire, Kernow Fireworks, Wadebridge Bike Shop, The Handy Store, Bridge Bike Hire, Wild Bake and Gordon Martin & Son Hauliers. 


The Wadebridge Creative Hub & BikeLights team


FIRE & STEAM supporters