The ubiquitous banner
According to the organisers, the event was neither a fundraiser nor Glastonbury without a real agenda. The various performers and organisers apparently volunteered their talents, although this didn't seem to impact on the quality of the performances.
Despite the non-political nature of the event (which inexplicably wasn't attended by Veggies, usually ubiquitous at these sorts of things), there was a stall giving out information of the situation faced by refugees in Nottingham.
Fortunately, it managed to escape the rain which had blighted the previous week's Green Festival, held at the same location. While I turned up towards the end, there was still a sizable crowd and people seemed to be enjoying the music, food and drink in the sun. Which was nice.