We Are Not A Festival has added a second weekend of luxury camping, after selling out the first weekend over 6-10th August. Campers get the chance to book their pitch 28th-31st August, for a bank holiday weekend at the stunning Pippingford Manor Park, Sussex
The Woodland Cafe and campfire, art and wellbeing workshops and woodland illuminations, make it more than just a campsite. Yan and Henck, The Big Flower Fight stars, will be running plant-based monkey making workshops, Poppy Okotcho will be hosting permaculture sessions , and Beans on Toast will be back for more too! The Luxury camping is by British glamping company Portobello Tents who provide stylish canvas accommodation at festivals and events across the UK. Guests can create their own villages of bell tents, booking in with friends and family to enjoy the ultimate luxury of space.
Highlights over the weekend include:
- NATURE Seek out rare species on the Site of Specific Scientific Interest plus enjoy special access to the Ashdown Forest with rangers leading guided Raptor Walks or taking on 14 mile day hikes!
- LEARN Take up some air time in a 1-2-1 aerial workshop - choose from Trapeze, Hoop, Silks or Loop!
- CURIOSITY Be entertained as each evening comes to life with woodland illuminations and storytelling.
- CREATIVITY Enjoy free model making or book a socially-distanced workshop and fulfil your creativity with jewellery making or willow-weaving baskets.
- WELLBEING Give your wellbeing some focus with our limited number workshops in Lakeside Meditation or Wild Yoga, or treat yourself to a massage in the Haven Spa.
The shape of We Are Not A Festival grew as the co-founders, Shelley Styles and Luke Brown, spent Spring building an allotment, getting their hands dirty and having the sense of joy from the simplicity of seeing plants grow and flourish. As the nation craves outdoor space, conversations of how to make time in nature possible for more people developed; utilising their experience of large scale festivals and international events they have created a safe yet exciting experience.
Shelley Styles, Co-Founder of We Are Not A Festival said ‘’We wanted to offer a safe environment for families and groups of friends to camp out and enjoy the beautiful and much-loved Pippingford Park. We’re celebrating the important things that impact our wellbeing - time with loved ones, nature and open spaces to play and wander,
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creativity and a sense of curiosity through free activities and pre-booked workshops - all in a calm and spacious environment. We have just several hundred campers onsite rather than the thousands the site can manage - giving acres of space for guests!’’
Published on 06 August 2020 by Ben Robinson