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Across the UK hundreds of iconic landmarks have already signed up to show their support for Earth Hour. Earth Hour is a big opportunity to show the UK government that we want action on climate, by switching off the lights between 8:30 and 9:30pm on Saturday 25th March. Millions of people take part every year, but our biggest impact comes from our flagship landmarks plunging into darkness.

Businesses and organisations such as Canary Wharf, Harrods, Brighton Pier, Manchester Cathedral, Scottish Parliament and the Wales Millennium Centre sign up to switch off, hold special Earth Hour events, and let their customers and supporters know that its not just individuals who want to protect our brilliant planet. Check out some of the landmarks that have signed up in your region below, or by looking at our interactive map.

Is your favourite place missing? Why not contact them on Twitter, Facebook or by email and tell them why you think they should be supporting Earth Hour this year!

 

London

Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf, Olympic Park, Royal Opera House, London Eye, Harrods, 99 Bishopsgate, Big Ben, Royal Albert Hall and Eventim Apollo have all signed up for Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in London and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

East of England

Cambridge Arts Theatre, Chelmsford Cathedral, Hatfield House, Knebworth House, intu Lakeside and Norwich City Football Grounds have all signed up to Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in East of England and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

East Midlands

Albert Hall, Lincoln Cathedral, Nottingham City Council and Cathedral of St Barnabas have all signed up to Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in the East Midlands and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

North East England

Durham Cathedral, Angel of the North, Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Newcastle Racecourse, The Sage and Northern Stage have all signed up for Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in the north east and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

North West England

Anfield Stadium, Blackpool Pleasure beach, Radio city tower, Aintree Racecourse, the National Football Museum, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Curnard House, Blackpool Wheel, Blackpool Tower and Stockport Town Hall have all signed up for Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in the north west and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

South East England

The HMS Victory, Windsor Castle, Brighton Pier, Canterbury Cathedral, Leeds Castle, Theatre Royal Brighton, Spinnaker Tower and Sea life Brighton have all signed up for Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in the south east and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

South West England

The Eden Project, Roman Baths, Bath Abbey and Blenheim Palace have all signed up for Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in the south west and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

West Midlands

Cadbury World, Victoria Law Courts, Birmingham Cathedral, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Birmingham City Council, Baskerville House, Blackpool Wheel and Blackpool Tower have all signed up for Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in the West Midlands and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Bradford Cathedral, Headingley Cricket Ground, Bradford City Hall and Park Plaza Leeds have all signed up for Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

Wales

Castell Coch, Cardiff Castle, New Theatre, National Library Wales, Wales Millennium Centre, Principality Stadium, Tintern Abbey and Brangwyn Hall have all signed up for Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in Wales and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.

 

Scotland

Stirling Castle, Duddingston Kirk, Glasgow Cathedral, Suenos Stone, Kelpies and Falkirk Community Trust, Scottish Parliament, Marischal College, Camera Obscura and world of illusions, Dunbar Parish Church and Wallace Monument and Gardens have all signed up for Earth Hour. See what other landmarks have signed up in Scotland and learn about events in your area by looking at our interactive map.