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  • Writer's pictureDave Brown

What a Busy 2023!

Updated: Feb 28

We've been working all over Cornwall and in Plymouth over 2023 and thought we'd list some of the highlights here:


Murdoch Day in Redruth celebrates the life of Scottish chemist, inventor and engineer, William Murdoch who lived and worked in Redruth during the mining boom. Hopefully he would have been pleased to see our own invention, the Bubble Bike Boogie come to Redruth for the celebration. Lots of people climbed on the bikes to add bubbles and music to the streets.


The BBC asked for us to supply solar power to a band and PA on Hayle Beach to do some filming. It was a bit of a carry to the beach from the car park with our equipment, but we were rewarded with some beautiful weather and some great tunes.



The Plymouth Armed Forces Day is a huge event in Plymouth. We were on the edge of the main marquee to help promote Plymouth City Council's Beryl Bike Scheme. The bikes were powering bubble machines. People were heading for us from the city centre after seeing bubbles there!



At Tropical Pressure festival, we had the bubble bikes set up in the children's area. For once we were able to turn up the volume on the boogie music and festival-goers had a dance in the pedal-powered bubbles.



When we went to Watergate Bay's Arts on the Beach we set up the pedal powered Bubble Bike Boogie and the Blystra Arts' Arts Zone. We were visited by BBC Radio's James Dundon who is pictured below.



At Helston Museum we powered some sewing machines.



There were several more dates in Plymouth, Christmas light switch-on events, and our solar setup was temporarily installed in the back of the van to power the music for Newquay's Zombie Crawl!

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