Weymouth Pavilion Light Ups

Published on:
Thursday 2nd April 2020

Although the curtain is down at Weymouth Pavilion (temporarily) we still intend to light up to show our support for various causes.

The face of Weymouth Pavilion is installed with 32 LED lights which can be controlled individually enabling us to create stunning and unique colour combinations and themes. 

Most recently we lit up blue in support of the NHS and front-line staff during the COVID-19 outbreak.

From the 1st-18th & 20th -30th April we will be lit up orange in support of FND Awareness Month (Functional Neurological Disorder) What is FND: https://www.fndaction.org.uk/what-is-fnd-2/
On the 19th April we will be shining bright in blue, pink and yellow for CDH Awareness Day. https://cdhuk.org.uk/about-cdh/

Yellow and blue for RNLI, purple for Huntington’s Disease, green for Lyme Disease, D Day,
blue for Diabetes, Military and Veterans Weekend, orange and blue for MV Freedom,
Weymouth Pride, yellow and blue for Lifeboat Week, red for Dyslexia,
pink and blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week, purple and yellow for DLD Awareness (Developmental Language Disorder), purple for Purple Flag, purple for Pancreatic Cancer, green for NSPCC, red for world Encephalitis Day, gold and purple for Rare Disease Day & Idiopathic Subglottic Stenosis & blue for NHS

Lights come on at sunset every day.If you would like to arrange a light up please email amy@weymouthpavilion.com with details. Please note that as dates are booked on a first come first serve basis we cannot guarantee specific dates and durations will be available.

 Blue for NHS