Events & Activities

Get involved with STOP AQUIND events and activities!

From the moment news broke about the Aquind Interconnector project we have come together as a community through a number of different STOP AQUIND events and activities. See below for our upcoming opportunities to get involved and see what we have been up to.

Upcoming Events & Activities:

Stronger Together Protest at Portsmouth Guildhall on Saturday 2nd October

Join us and representatives from political parties, Portsmouth City Council, and local organisations as we pledge to join forces to stop Aquind!  We will stop AQUIND especially if we stand together. Meet Portsmouth Guildhall Square, Saturday 2 October at 12 noon.

There will be Janet Ayres’ choir at midday followed by speakers from the three main political parties and the Leader of the city council, environmental groups and members of the campaign group. See you there!

If you want to print out the poster to share you can download it HERE. Feel free to download and share the social media artwork below.

Click here for the Facebook event.

Stronger Together Protest

Past Events & Activities:

Pop-up Petition Picnic at Bransbury Park
We walked the full proposed route to protest and raise awareness. – August 2021

Walk The Route
We walked the full proposed route to protest and raise awareness. – July 2021

Static Protest
Covid-safe static protest against the Aquind Interconnector. – May 2021

Decorate The Tree
Portsmouth Tree Decorated to Raise Awareness To Planned Aquind Interconnector Project. – April 2021

Aquind Painted Rocks
Look out for Let’s Stop Aquind Painted Rocks in Portsmouth. – Spring 2021 & Ongoing

Craftivism and Aquind
Local Community Use Craftivism To Get Creative and Help Catch The Public’s Attention About the Aquind Interconnector in Portsmouth. – Spring 2021 & Ongoing

Children’s Stop Aquind Posters
Children’s Stop Aquind Posters Along The Proposed Interconnector Route. – Winter/Spring 2021

Line The Route Demonstration
Back in October people from all over Portsmouth came together to both highlight the damaging route the planned cables would take through the city but also the huge support for the campaign to stop Aquid. – October 2020

Watch the video of the Line The Route protest by Solent Sky Services: