Thanks to the sponsorship of Constellations by the organisations featured on this page, we have been able to keep the cost of the festival low and to offer a third of our tickets for free.

Please consider visiting their websites and engaging with them at the festival.


Headline Sponsor


Ethypharm is a European-based specialty pharmaceutical company with global reach and is a committed player in the treatment of pain, addiction and critical care. In the UK they are recognised as a key partner to the NHS and the private hospital sector with their range of quality products.


Robert Carr Fund

The Robert Carr Fund is the world’s leading international fund focused on funding regional and global networks led by and involving and serving inadequately served populations (ISPs). Constellations has received partial funding from RCF through the Harm Reduction Consortium. 


Exchange Supplies

Exchange Supplies is a unique social enterprise established in 2001 to reduce drug and prohibition related harm. We supply specialist bespoke products for injecting drugs, as well as information, online training, and employment for people who use drugs. 



Eztestkits.com is the online market leader in presumptive drug testing kits and related products. Our company has been selling presumptive drug testing kits for over 10 years. Our Vision is to see drug purity testing kits being used at every gathering, festival and situation where illegal drugs are consumed, so that drug takers are empowered with the knowledge to be able to choose if they want to take the risk of taking an illegal substance.


HIT delivers effective interventions on drugs and public health. We produce publications, run mass media campaigns, deliver training, organise conferences and provide consultancy to individuals, community groups, health and social care and criminal justice agencies locally, nationally and at an international level.


Drink and Drugs News (DDN) is the free magazine for everyone working with and interested in drugs, harm reduction and fair treatment. Printed each month and available online at www.drinkanddrugsnews.com.


This gathering wouldn't be possible without you. Thank you to our speakers, session co-hosts, chairs and attendees. 


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