Jubillegal flotilla sets sail

Hundreds of revelers took to the water in the Regent’s Canal, London, as part of the Jubillegal – an alternative water pageant designed to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee which was crowdfunded on Spacehive.

The lead vessel was a papier-mâché replica of the Queen’s head, strapped to a canal barge and packed with a speakers. 

A slightly confused CNN reports on the festivities.

By |2016-03-23T17:41:19+00:00June 2nd, 2012|Our Events, Press and Media|

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Chris is the Founder and CEO of Spacehive, the world’s first crowdfunding platform for civic projects. He is a former Sunday Times staff journalist who covered architecture and planning, as well as leading the paper’s London coverage. He launched Spacehive in 2012 as a social business to stimulate new sources funding and creativity for the civic environment. Since then the platform has helped to deliver a diverse mix of projects across the UK - from a new community centre in Wales to a giant waterslide in the middle of a Bristol high street. He has won awards for Spacehive from the Big Venture Challenge, Nesta, UnLtd, Deloitte and Downing Street.