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GREAT MUSIC - DELICIOUS FOOD & DRINK - CHILDRENS ENTERTAINMENT - A GREAT DAY OUT FOR ALL THE FAMILY

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15-16th June 2018

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There's a choice of food and drink for all ages and tastes.  

 

Whether it's pizza or Thai, main meal or snack, vegetarian or carnivore, sweet or savoury, grown up or kids, alcoholic or non-alcoholic, there'll be a choice for you.

 

Alternatively, feel free to bring a picnic, but please don't bring alcohol.  We dont want to stop you having a good time, but we support Drinkaware so need to be able to ensure alcohol is only served appropriately

There will be a range of local artisan stalls to browse

 

These include clothing, cards, art, sweets, fudge, woolly things, soap, bread, fruit, vegetables and jewellery.  

 

Whether its a gift for someone special, or you're treating yourself, the stalls are worth a browse.

Put the worries of the week behind you.

 

To relax, there will be  choice of Indian Head Massage, On-site Back Massage, Reiki Healing, Kinesiology and Reflexology to try

 

Sited in the second field, why not try something new?

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Is this one of the best kept secrets in Dorset?

 

A short walk (about a kilometre or 15 minutes) from the festival is Rawlsbury Camp.  As you're almost at the top of the second highest point in Dorset, you have outstanding views across Dorset towards the North, South and West.  In addition this Iron Age Hill Fort offers a haven of peace, as well as a glimpse back through thousands of years history

 

Despite this, you'll normally have the site to yourself.  It's off the beaten track so not often visited, even in the peak tourist season!

 

If you get a chance, it's well worth a visit.

Dogs Welcome

Dogs on lead welcome, but please remember to clean up after them.